NEW TIMBER TIGER COLORS

By

Jim Noah   

As usually Worden’s Lures introduced new colors at the ICAST in Las Vegas in late July.  The Strip Pit Bass sure loved the new colors as well as Truman Bass.

Purple Pear Shad was a real hit at Truman.  This bait has a dark purple back fading purple scales to pearl with a complete over spray of blue glitter.  It is a perfect match for the gizzard shads in so many of our lakes have.

Vitamin “C” Shad really a great bait in all colors of water, but a real hit in the muddy water.  The top of the back is a bright blue circled by a thick bright green line.  The sides are clear with a silver scale pattern on the sides leading into the brightest chartreuse thick band.  The belly is really a bright white.  The bright silver insert really reflects light and looks like a real live bait fish.  The red eyes just touches of the details of this hand painter crank bait.

The California delta craws lead to this new crawfish color.  This is a bright red for the top have of the bait and a bright yellow for the bottom half.  The bait has a black crawfish shell pattern spayed over the whole top and sides of the bait.  This bait has proven a real killer in the stained to dirty water in some local farm ponds.

 The Vegas Craw rounds out the new colors and it is a hit with the Pit Bass.  The top and most of the sides are a dark olive green with a bright yellow belly.  Just a few specks of orange and a slight touch of orange on the nose adds color to this bait.  The bait has a black crawfish shell pattern spayed over the whole top and sides of the bait.

 

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