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Shallow Crankbait

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I like the Rapala and Bomber lines of crankbaits. Have caught an awful lot of fish on them. In fact this morning I caught several bass on a small bomber that I purchased in the 80's. Beat up but still catching 'um.

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I like the Rapala DT Thug and DT Flat, a little harder to find in stores these days but some can be had at reasonable prices online. Both have pretty decents size and bounce off the bottom well.

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You can get big H2O square bills for 2.99 all the time at academy. Just change out the hooks

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Strike King KVD 2.5 or series 4S. If you can still find the old Lucky Craft Rick Clunn baits the size 4 is a monster that catches big fish.

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Rapala DTFAT3 and DTFAT1

Bomber Model B Balsa

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Norman Fat Boy (redear pattern)

KVD 2.5 & 3.5

Bandit 100, 200 & 300

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Kvd 2.5 is UNREAL. My first choice without a doubt.

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Bomber square A

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xps makes a good one its almost exactly like the kvd 2.5 with cheaper hooks pumpkinseed and shad do it for me or any of the bomber square A series ive found that smaller work best in spring and the larger are better in fall

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the bandit squarebills are pretty big, also check out yakima bait company's web site, they have some that have some meat on them.

-gk

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When it comes to squarebills I love balsa. The best I've found is TC cranks and Dave's , neither is cheap but I don't normally lose shallow running baits.

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