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Spike-It Color-C-Lector

   

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An old favorite with a new twist--a high-tech digital readout!

The innovative technology that changed the way millions of anglers fished is back with a slimmer, more user-friendly interface and a digital display. Instantly analyzes several data sources to reveal the colors that fish will see best under your particular conditions. THe Spike-It™ Color-C-Lector helps you select the right lure with confidence and ease. Works great when bass fishing and even better during panfish, crappie and walleye outings. Uses 4 AA batteries (not included).

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Amaizing results!! I just participated in the First Mexican C&R Snook Chanpionship, and won the 2nd place, I know that most of my success is due to the use of the Color-C-Lector, Wow!, the results were impresive, I selected a color that gave me 4 snook in a row, everybody asked constantly what color was most seen. I strongly recommend this item. Best wishes to all December 21, 2007
Outstanding Purchase I have been using the Color C Lector and it has been very helpful in selecting the proper color ALL the time. Stained water,Clear Water,Muddy water, Lakes and rivers it GREAT! everybody should have one! June 20, 2007
spike-it, color-c-lector-good purchase this product is an excellent fishing tool because it comes with a 45' coard and is easy to read. July 1, 2008
Great product. The very first time I used it, I matched a jointed Rapala to the color it suggested and on my very first cast, caught a bass. That wasn't a fluke. I works whenever I use it. August 20, 2008
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yes, this will work in saltwater
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the bow says it takes a nine volt bat but I see no place to put it where does it go?
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you have to take the back off the unit and the battery goes behind the back plate
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My color C lector has a screw on the bottom of the case. Remove the screw and the case will separate into two parts exposing the 9 volt battery.
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Yes, you just have to make the best choice of your ability.
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First you have to detrimine the water clarity of where you are fishing so you will know which line of colors you need you go by. Normal rule of thumb is "clear" usually has visibility down to 10+ feet---"stained" water normally means you can't see much beyond 3' down "muddy" would be that you can not see beyond a foot down. Lower the sensor down to the depth that you plan to fish after you determine the water clarity and then just look and see whatr color is recomended. If you are going to fish on the bottom then lower to the bottom and get your reading. Each time you move around on the water you need to check your readings because sunlight, variations in water clarity will result in different color recomendations.
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50 feet. The first 5 feet are marked every foot. The rest of the cable is marked in 5 foot increments.
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It has about two feet of cord.
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30 feet
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The C-Lector has 40' of cord
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The color-c-lector is worth the $, and it does work.
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Honestly, I use it now about 99% of the time and I've had positive results at least 80% of the time that I've used it. But that could be because I didn't have the exact color that I needed to match the color-c-lectors choice in my box. I'm fixing that though, each time I go to the bait shop I look for the matching colors. That's why I Love going to the Bass Pro Shop. They have hundreds of colors to choose from. ( And no I don't work for them ) it's just the truth. And I would say that If it puts fish in your ice chest I would say yes it's worth the $.
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yes I have caught more fish and one more amature fish tournements with this than ever before i love mine just read the instructions really good so you can understand it I read mine about 3 times before I used it.
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It is a little pricey but customer service is great.If you like me and need a little help it fits the bill
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how do i get a new manual?

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you will need to contact Spike It Bait Co. PO Box 8904 Columbus GA 31908 Telephone Number 912 842 2653
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go to there web site like I did and ask them for one
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how dors the c lector work?

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You just put the cord in and push the go button to operate it.
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A small probe goes in the water and registers a number which you use to decide what color of lure to use
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How the Color-C-lector works is for the first 1-2 feet if you can’t see the receiver it muddy water 2-4 feet and you can’t see the receiver its semi-clear. 4 feet and over it’s clear. You look at the number on the screen and it will tell you what color to use either Florissant colors or non-Florissant color which would be up to you. You want to check your water visibility often with your color-c-lector often. Be mindful of where your boat shadow is because your receiver will detect light saturation. If you have another questions just ask
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