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Gemini: chartreuse, orange, lime green, viridian green, and canary yellow Moody and curious to your core, Gordon explains Geminis are attracted toward unique mental energy and vibrancy.
Outlook: Guide Vic Oertle reports: Wipers fair on topwater baits, Double-W Shad Flutter spoons and Bubbas (white and chartreuse are best) in shallow water, over humps and off windy points.
Most common sizes are 3/8 to 1/2 ounce, and most anglers choose white-silver, yellow-silver or chartreuse-silver patterns, though black buzzbaits also catch plenty of fish at times.
Colors such as pallid rose and chartreuse are inflected with gold, and prints are inspired by nature.
Arkansas allows another safety variant, known as neon green or chartreuse, according to the report.
Pony up to the bar and ask bartender Mark Cooney to mix up the Last Word – a sophisticated yet simple cocktail consisting of gin, green chartreuse, maraschino liqueur and fresh lime juice.
Also mustard, chartreuse, chrome yellow and cream, and fruity hues, like deep plum, cherry and berry.
Shellcrackers and speckled perch were biting white jigs and chartreuse jigs.
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Origin and Etymology of chartreuse
First Known Use: 1884See Words from the same year
Definition of Chartreuse
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