March is mostly affiliated with St. Patty’s green, but among serious bass anglers, orange is the color that should never be overlooked in spring’s chilly and rain-stained prespawn waters. In fact, a fast glance at the 2016 Bassmaster Classic competitors’ lure choices revealed orange to be hugely popular.
Like many of his competitors, Team Toyota’s Mike Iaconelli leaned on an orange crawdad-colored Rapala Shad Rap at the 2016 Classic, and too many Classic anglers to mention cranked orange and red shallow squarebills. Last year’s winner Casey Ashley leaned on a jig with orange strands in the skirt and this year’s $300,000 winner Edwin Evers included a spinnerbait with the once secretive orange/red front kicker blade in his three-day arsenal.
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