Based on recommendations from anglers on Facebook, here's a summary of the most suggested bait colors for Mijocama fishing:
- RoseIt's mentioned several times as an effective color. Some have combined it with other colors, such as pink/orange or pink/gray.
- Orange: Both in combination and solo.
- BlackRecommended alone or in combination, such as black/orange.
- Dark green Green pumpkin: Green pumpkin is a recurring color. Some suggest using it with a small yellow tail for greater effectiveness.
- WhiteMentioned by a few people, sometimes in combination with other colors.
- Grey Suggested both as a natural color and in combination.
- Watermelon, chartreuse, yellow These colors are also mentioned, either alone or in combination.
- Swimbait : Beyond colors, the type of bait is also crucial. The use of swimbaits has been suggested as particularly effective.
- Wacky assemblyA recommended mounting technique to increase the chances of biting.
It's important to note that the clarity of the water at Mijocama plays a crucial role in the choice of colors. For clear water, natural colors such as green pumpkin, watermelon, gray and green are preferred. In dirty or dark water, darker or brighter colors, such as black, white, chartreuse, orange, yellow and pink, may be more effective.
Nevertheless, despite these suggestions, some anglers have mentioned that they haven't had much success at Mijocama, suggesting that the area has been fished too much. So it's always a good idea to experiment and vary techniques to find what works best in given conditions.