Another member here suggested cutting a thin slice from the center on a bait and studying the two colors against a light for help in identifying colors. That's a great tip if you have extra baits. From a computer monitor about all well can do is guesstimate what colors you have in a bait because all monitors show color differently. The under-side color is a doozie and I can see it being smoke and I can see it as a transparent brown, or a crawfish brown as Lines suggested. You need to know what the base color of that laminate is, so hopefully you'll have an extra bait to study or you'll have to wing it. Heading off into the great un-known though has created some pretty darned nice looking baits that hammer fish!