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They certainly have made a lot of changes in their lineup, hard to keep track of what they are up to. I really like the color "Japan Craw" in the D series cranks - I am going to miss it.
Fished it for a bit a couple of days ago. It throws well, which you would expect for a bait that weighs 7/8 oz. Has a good rolling wake action, rear prop spins freely. Had a 12" bass grab it. Still a little early for prime top water fishing around here, so I didn't fish it a lot. But, I liked w...
I caught some pond fish recently on the new Jackall Chan Wake and as a wake bait fan, I really like this one. It's easy to slow crawl across the surface and it's large enough to have some drawing power to attract bigger fish. It reminds me of a longer, thinner Deps Buzzjet which is another favorite...
- Sat Feb 11, 2017 8:17 am
- Forum: Hardbaits
- Topic: Spy baits who's using them, and what brands?
- Replies: 26
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Only time I have had luck with them was when the bass were busting top water in the spring. Threw it at schooling bass and they bit it. But, they'll bite a lot of stuff in those conditions. I like the way they look, but just haven't had much luck with them. I'll keep trying.
- Tue Jan 17, 2017 9:28 pm
- Forum: Rods
- Topic: Best all around crankbait rod in the $200 range?
- Replies: 17
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I really like my 805 for deep diving cranks, length is great for casting distance and it is stout enough that you can work those deep divers without fighting them. 705 I use for bigger square bills, bigger medium depth divers, 1/2-3/4 spinner baits, and top waters like the 130 Whopper Plopper. The 7...
I just got a 5" Magdraft and have throw it a few times, I thought it had decent action at a slow retrieve. It would start rolling if I retrieve it too fast. Makes me wonder how slow you have to fish the Magslow to get the right action. Anyway, no fish as of yet, just a couple of nips on the Mag...