I get asked all the time about crankbait colors. When do I throw this color? What’s the bestcolor? Well with the Original Little Johnwe make about 12-15 colors that are all fordifferent situations. There’s not one colorthat works all the time. We have natural colorslike the Shad Colors. Then we have the crawfishcolors, we have the reds like this one isa type of a red type crawfish color. Thenwe’ve got the brighter colors like the ChartreuseBlack Back. So you really need to have alittle bit of everything because when you’rein the stained water in the summertime orthe fall I really like Citrus Shad or a ChartreuseBlack Back because those colors work real well. But if I’m fishing in the summertime or thefall and I’m getting around a lot of baitfishwith the water clearing up a little bit, I’mgoing to go with more of like a Cell Matecolor more of a natural looking white shadbait maybe Nasty Shad. Then if the water clearsup even a little bit more I may go tolike a Spooky Nasty or something with a littletranslucence to it that helps break up theoutline of that crankbait and the fish getem’ a lot better when you do that. In thespringtime I really like colors with somered in them. Whether it’s this color the BloodCraw or a Spring Craw, which is more of ayellow color with a reddish brown back. Somethingwith yellow and red in it seem to do realwell in the springtime. Also the old ChartreuseBlack Back can be good in the spring as well. General rules to think about when you’re crankbaitcrankbait fishing and color selection is as long asyou’ve got the right action, the color iswhat helps you dial it in and make those fisheat it real good.