Most of us probably know that bass focus on the eye of a baitfish before striking. Scientific studies, blah blah. And the pros seem to agree consistently over time that eyes are extremely important. I do know that the lures I've thrown over the years with 3d eyes (and realistic finishes) have produced my biggest bass. There is zero doubt in my mind about that. I just wonder what colors produce best, if anybody has done any serious testing on this or just happened to notice.
I need to buy some more eyes - the silver/gold/black assym eyes I just bought will be great for clear water but they tend to camoflauge themselves on top of loud colors. I'd be glad to hear any and all theories on this.
Edited by blazt*, 16 March 2011 - 09:35 AM.