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What is the smallest crankbait in your tackle bag that is intended to be fished for bass?

2" #5 Shad Rap

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H2O Ultralight crank 2" 

LC 0.5 1 3/4"

LC Fat CB Zero 1 3/4"

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The ultra-lite snap beans, very small bomber cranks.

I use 2" crankbaits that's my norm. I do use the larger shad raps and larger perch lures sometimes. The bomber FAT A, bomber square A and Norman thin N are some of my favorites.

A guy here won a new corvette here in a local competition

When at the launch his snap bean was hitting the water a large bass hit it. Game over he won.

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A Norman baby n.................

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KVD 1.0

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Not much for cranks..spros little j

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Strike king bitsy minnow. I use them for UL bass fishing. 

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The ultra-lite snap beans, very small bomber cranks.

A guy here won a new corvette here in a local competition

When at the launch his snap bean was hitting the water a large bass hit it. Game over he won.

Wow...what kinda competition was it Bill?

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I have some about an inch long be can not remember who made em

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My #5 shad raps run pretty true, but other diminutive cranks I've tried haven't. Have those Snap Beans run consistently or do they spin-out during an average retrieve speed?

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My #5 shad raps run pretty true, but other diminutive cranks I've tried haven't. Have those Snap Beans run consistently or do they spin-out during an average retrieve speed?

oe

The ones I've had spin out if you reel fast or fish them on anything heavier than 4lb test. I really like the Yo-Zuri Killifish if I really need a tiny crankbait. It's 1 3/8" long and 1/16 oz. I don't fish them specifically for bass but have caught some really nice ones on it. Also landed a 23lb flathead out of a pond on one fishing it on 4lb test :)

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I also carry the smaller rapala original floaters.

One morning after fishing I was about to leave when I heard action on the other side of the low bridge. The bass fry were schooling as the smaller 6"to 8" chain pickerel were picking them off. I put on a small bass colored rapala minnow and started picking off the pickerel one at a time. Finally the bass fry were safe the action slowed down. With so many people taking fish to eat I had to preserve some of the population.

This is the same spot my PB of 10lbs was caught.

I see one guy taking home the boney pickerel to boil them to make fish cakes better than using bass right?

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Pee Wee Wart or Daiwa Peanut.

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I have a Megabass Grifon-zero wakebait that is tiny - only slightly bigger than a dime. Sunny and Dink Magnet, but fun when fishing is otherwise slow.

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I have a MegaBass Type-X OGF Orange back - Goldpearl Frog tha is two and a quarter inches long.

 

Not caught a bass on it as it is just too cute to throw a lot but last time out it drove the small bass and bluegills nuts.

 

So I reeled it in before I lost it and put it back in its box.

 

Here is are the pictures:  http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?_adv_prop=image&fr=ush-my_uh3_02&va=megabass+type+x+frog

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And how could I forget my Ugly Ducklings???

 

Two and three-quarters of an inch.

 

Here is the web site:  http://uglyducklinglures.com/

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3/16 Storm Sub Wart. 

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