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Discussion in 'The Bass Fishing Club' started by Capt. G, Sep 19, 2010.

  1. Capt. G

    Capt. G BD Outdoors Contributor

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    We call them "CC's" or "CB's" (Confidence Colors, Confidence Baits).

    In order of importance, I the the type, size, and action of the lures I use at the top, and the colors at the bottom.
    All are important factors the ultimately determine the degree of success you will
    have.

    I thought we could post pics of our go to confidence colors for the crafty calico bass.
    Reds and browns seem to work especially good for me at the second one (San Clemente Island).
    Here is one of my favorites, that cold quite possibly mimic the little senorita kelp wrasses.
    I call it "Senorita Mas Finas" which probably means something in Spanish.
    This is a "quadruple pour, plus one", which mean it can be a PITA to pour, as you need five layers of plastic.
    I poured this one in a giant slug that Big Pancho was kind enough to give me a mold for.
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    The stripe is more clear pearl than gold--but the flash made the pearl really light up.

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    The recipe for this pinchy puta is, from back to belly:
    1. Dark smoke, with Bullard Mexican Tile Blue pigment, .008 pepper, .008 red, .008 turquoise.
    2. Clear/pearl, with Bullard Pink Pearl mineral, .035 white flake, .035 silver flake, and some blender ground silver (called Super Nova).
    3. Clear w/ Bullard Plum mineral, .015 pepper (for contrast--this will actually make red look "redder"), .015 Silver, and .015 red flake
    4. Same as #2, without the Pink Pearl.
    5. Same as #3.

    To me, this looks fishy, to you it may looks look a joke.
    But, this color enables even lowly skilled anglers like myself to catch some fish, when conditions are really, really good.

    What are your confidence colors, and why?

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  2. alBACKore14

    alBACKore14 Newbie

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    Sick color scheme G.

    At first glimpse without even reading your post i thought it was mimicking a senoritafish. Nice work.

    As for me.. Browns/Greens/Orange work best in local waters..matched with red/green leadheads
     
  3. BigJack

    BigJack Newbie

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    My go to was #109 BH 5" not sure why but I almost always caught fish on it.
    Now on the RIGHT coast my go to is #72 6.5" slow rolled up top, sort of like topwater bass fishing, but with the snook limbo included.
     
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  4. maxlikestofish

    maxlikestofish Newbie

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    Red, Brown, and Greeen. not necessarily in that order though.
     

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  5. shootinboots

    shootinboots Biker

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    Nice work, love the 1911
     
  6. Chance

    Chance Kinder and Gentler

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    On those days when nothing will work! One of these gave me confidence.


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  7. lopaka

    lopaka calm like eh bomb

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    skillz
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    cc's
    top 3 head colors when fishing reef,on tha home field
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    octopus inspired, and nite stalker
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    electric grape from tha freshwater dayz, comes full circle
     
  8. Capt. G

    Capt. G BD Outdoors Contributor

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    This means WAR.

     
  9. Big Pancho

    Big Pancho Well-Known "Member"

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    Looks Muy Chingon!! Mi Hermano Capt. G

    Muy Chingon = Bad Ass
    Mi Hermano = My Brother


    BP
     
  10. Capt. G

    Capt. G BD Outdoors Contributor

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    Hey, thanks for the Spanish lesson.
    I really wish I could speak a third language...
    When I was down in remote Baja (San Ignacio) my fishing panga captains were really cool, and even gave me a nickname in Spanish "Pinchy Joto" (they said it was pronounced like Ho-Tow).&#12288;&#12288;They told me "Joto" means "close friend, or bro" and "pinchy" means "cool".
    So to them, I was considered a "cool bro".
    Which is nice.


     
  11. Fathead

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    That's cool, my hispanic employees call me Pinchy Gordo, said it means something like cool boss or something like that.
     
  12. Blue Seas Fab

    Blue Seas Fab Moderator Advertiser

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    LOL, exactly what in means! :rofl:
     
  13. Big Pancho

    Big Pancho Well-Known "Member"

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    Capt G and James looks like my fellow mexican brothers were having a little fun with ya. Here is the real meaning of what they called you guys.

    Pinchi Joto = Fucking Fag
    Pinchi Gordo = Fucking Fatso or FatAss

    I myself have had a little fun with my whiteboy friends. Here a little funny story.
    After finishing a little A/C and Heating Job at a customers home. We had made a little mess on the carpet. So my whiteboy friend ask me how do I ask the maid in spanish (Can I have your Vacuum Cleaner) Here is what I taught him in about ten minutes to say. ( Dame tu Lenqua) Homeboy practice and practice until he got it down and proceeded to ask the Maid (Dame tu lenqua) now the maid was shock as shit when he said this to her. She ask him again what did you say to me. Again he ask her in spanish Dame tu lenqua. After this she slap the living shit out of him. As I seen this I fell to the floor laughing my ass off and couldn't stop laughing. After all of the this was all said and done my buddy ask me did I say it wrong or something. I told him NO you said it right. But the next time you ask for a vacuum cleaner from a mexican maid never ask her for her tongue. My buddy called me every name in the book and told me that I got him good. I told him anytime you ever need a spanish lesson I will be more than happy to help out. This was all in fun and I soon apologized to the maid for my bad deed. But she found it funny as heck as well. I will always remember this and so will my homeboy. Later brothers till next time.

    PB
     
  14. Cheney

    Cheney SkateAndDestroy

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl: Did you try and make a move on em' to get that nickname?!

    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl: How much do you weigh???
     
  15. Cheney

    Cheney SkateAndDestroy

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    ah damn you beat me to it. I'm whiter than 2% milk but I know spanish, so whenever hispanics hear me they're shocked. But it's best when they talk shit, thinking you don't understand.
     
  16. PearlSwimbaits

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    +1.........:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

    gawd.........i cant stop laughing.........funniest shit ever.....

    .....you guys need to learn how to say "get the [email protected]#$ outta here yer fired" in spanish

    .....PRONTO:rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  17. WAR

    WAR @WARBAITS

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    I like this
     
  18. steelfish

    steelfish the BBB, Baja Bass Boy..

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    jajajajaj nice stories in here right, pinche gordo? hahahaha dame tu lengua..:rofl::rofl:

    saludos Big Pancho, or i have to say.. panchote?
    jaja
     
  19. Big Pancho

    Big Pancho Well-Known "Member"

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    Que tal Alex como anda la pesca en San Felipe? Tengo muchas ganas a ir a pescar in tu hermoso Mexico. Ya que se me repone mi esposa de su femedar. Te voy a dar una yamada pa que me envitas.

    Adios hermano Alex.

    Panchote
     
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    Haha, you guys know I was kidding right?
    But actually, one time one of my guys called me jefe, I thought that, fat, like hefty, he started cracking up and told me it ment boss.
     

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