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Hey guys,

I just got some new balsa wood crankbaits from thundershad.com. thier crankbaits are awesome. The paint job and wobble they have are awesome. They have alot of different models, colors, and sizes. the shipping is fast and the craftsmanship is great. My first cast I caught a 4.5 lb largemouth using a square bill 106 model in lily pads. These cranks are awesome. Use the promote code ASKY

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I will have to check those out.

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yeah you deffinatly should, my friend gave me one a while back and now its all i use. there great baits also when you check them out look at there topwater baits, they give wakes up to 15ft. I have never seen a topwater model like they have and its awesome. Enjoy the lures!

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One word of advise would be to take any weeds picked up off by hand vs. slapping the water. Unless you like replacing them more often than needed.

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When they get snagged and you give them some slack, sometimes they shoot right to the top.

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I have several and they are pretty, but as Shady Oak alluded to, they are quite fragile. The finish on two of mine (I have 5) shattered in a star pattern in multiple places. Like a tiny little head hit a tiny little windshield... Two others have cracks after just nominal use.

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Yeah they might be fragile but they flat out catch fish, try the topwater lure i think its the 600 model, it works awesome.

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