From crankbaits to jerkbaits to wakebaits and more, TackleTour's new hardbait sub-forum has been a long time coming. Well, now your wait is over!
3 posts • Page 1 of 1
I bought a few lures at a yard sale and one of them is still in the package, new, never used. It's a Cotton Cordell "Wee CC Shad" ultralight deep diving plastic lure with rattles inside. It's a shad color with a long clear bill and looks to have a body length of about 1/34". Are these baits even made anymore? Are these little baits worth much? The man who sold it to me said it was his father's favorite crappie lure and that he had about a dozen of these at one time. Looks like it would be a great little lure for light line fishing if it runs straight and true. Cordell made a larger version, but the couple the guy was selling looked pretty bad. Anyone know about this little crankbait?
I bought a few for $1.97 at Wal-Mart recently. They catch bass, bream and crappie(so far). The hooks bend easily, though, so set the drag very light.
Try not to let your mind wander. It is much too small to be outside unsupervised.
Not positive but I think these are a part of the "hardbait" assortments that Pradco came out with earlier this year. Not everything is ultra light but several of the baits are, most are vintage baits that you may have a hard time finding.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests