I'm pretty sure this has been covered somewhere. I couldn't find it. Last year I spent a lot of time targeting LM. I might have caught a dozen all year because I fished just like I did when I was a kid. Throw it out, reel it in. And it seems like I caught more fish 15 years ago. HA! I never bothered to learn how to do things right. Last year I ended up getting frustrating and sticking to wading creeks and chasing smallies. I'm finally able to get out again this year and do some fishing, and I'm wondering what the best colors are. I've been reading a lot about Senkos so I think I'm gonna pick up some of those and learn how to use em. Just not too sure on the colors. I've heard white for day in clear water, black for night or stained water. Is it as simple as this, or do the fishing stores sell 19 million other colors for a reason? I don't know what to buy, and with all the trouble I've been having catching anything in the first place, it's hard to go by trial and error. The colors never seemed to matter in a stream but when it comes to lakes, I'm completely lost. If you'd rather let me tag along on a trip than give advice on here (because typing is annoying) I would completely understand! haha! I appreciate any help.