Best Colors For Night Fishing

Matt takes you fishing at night for some summer bass and debunks some common myths about lure colors when night fishing. Were you taught that you always need to throw black? Where you taught to throw a big worm or a spinnerbait with colorado blade? Forget what you were taught!

There is nothing wrong with those recommendations but there are so many other great options out there! Matt goes on to explain that his number one night fishing color for reaction baits is white, quickly followed by chartreuse. His best color choices for a slow moving bait are brown, then black, then green pumpkin. 

Baits used in this video...

Z Man Project Z Chatterbait (Green Pumpkin)
Dirty Jigs California Swim Jig (Crappie)
Roboworm EZ Shad Trailer (Shad)

Rod for both baits...

Shimano Crucial 7'3" Heavy Rod
Shimano Curado 200 7:1 Reel
65 lb Sufix 832 Braided Line
Leader: None Needed

Bass fishing can be really fun when you keep it simple! Whether you're out on a large reservoir in a bass boat or you're bank fishing a pond, these quick tips will help you catch more and bigger fish on your next night fishing trip! Try some new colors and send us pictures of your next big bass!