getting use to
I just bought this selector a few weeks ago, Im starting to understand how it works. We fished a crappie tournament at Pumatuning Lake in PA and I used the color selector to identify colors and we weighed in 5 fish over 5.60 pounds and the selected colors worked fine.
This is a good product, the only concern I have is some of the depth identifiers came off, need to come up with a different way to mark depth on the cable.
May 8, 2012
Doe not comare to the quality of the earlier version. The quality went south on this newer version. Decal on the face plate was offset and the decals that are used for measuring depth came off after numerous ( are not water proof) uses. On a scale of 1 to 10, I give this substandard product a 2.
April 5, 2012
I use the Color-C-Lector for bass fishing. I am very impressed. In shallow water frequently I have the same number show up on the screen. That color produces fish. It is a color I wouldn't have thought about using without the Color-C-Lector. Great for anglers that are unsure of successful colors based on water conditions.
August 8, 2011
Has it's place
It does a good job of giving you different colors for different days. Likely your lake will be fairly consistent in the readings from day to day. So you end up throwing mostly those colors all the time and end up shying away from all your other colors in ur tackle box even tho you have had success. It tells you what the fish can SEE best; it doesnt mean they will hit it. "Red" could be the color recommended but they may be hitting perch colors cuz it matches the forage. It's another helpful tool but not the "end all." Excellent for getting a handle on new waters and giving you a place to start.
May 27, 2011