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For those familiar with this color what flake colors are in it besides red and black?  Interested to see what folks think, especially what color they think the green flake is.

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Maybe I'm not looking at the right color, but I don't see red.  I see black, chartreuse, and purple. 

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13 hours ago, alsworms said:

Maybe I'm not looking at the right color, but I don't see red.  I see black, chartreuse, and purple. 

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If you have th actual bait in hand there is some .008 red in it.  It's Very hard to see in the photo.  I think Driftwood is right on the fuschia but the green is greener than chartreuse (at least any chartreuse I have) but a tad yellower than any of the greens I have.

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Perhaps look at the fluorescent green that bait plastics pops up on every page, might be close. I haven’t used any of it yet but looks interesting 

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On 5/26/2019 at 7:11 AM, bryanmc said:

If you have th actual bait in hand there is some .008 red in it.  It's Very hard to see in the photo.  I think Driftwood is right on the fuschia but the green is greener than chartreuse (at least any chartreuse I have) but a tad yellower than any of the greens I have.

I keep forgetting there are so many other glitter options out there now.  I'm sure with a little work, you could match this one to a T! 

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4 hours ago, alsworms said:

I keep forgetting there are so many other glitter options out there now.  I'm sure with a little work, you could match this one to a T! 

And we both know that in reality, the fish don't care near as much as we do...  LOL

 

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