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Vinny Chase

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I have plenty of the jr. size, but I was wondering who uses the larger version? Do you find it necessary to have some of larger models.

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I have used the larger ones for about 4 years now and they are still my favorite lipless crank. I have some small ones but have never caught a fish on one. It's my go-to bait on grass flats in the spring and fall.

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Vinny of the 3 sizes I prefer the 75 (the middle size). I love throwing them over rock piles or rocky flats. I'll fish them  fast anywhere from 3' and deeper.

Rob

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I have used the larger ones for about 4 years now and they are still my favorite lipless crank. I have some small ones but have never caught a fish on one. It's my go-to bait on grass flats in the spring and fall.

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i also like the 3/4oz version

Those are the larger ones. :P

Then small ones are 1/2oz, then 3/4 and they have a 1oz beast as well.

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I believe the Jr. is advertised as 3/8oz, but I haven't weighed it to verify.

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According to TW:

Jr. = 3/8

75 = 5/8

85 = 1 oz.

I don't know where TW got this info, because I couldn't find it on Spro's site. It's been a long time since I bought any new ones, so maybe the weights are listed on the package?

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the size isnt listed on the pakage i have a 5/8 oz that i use everytime i go out.  they burn up bass and pickerel.  burn it fast, jig it whatever it doesn't matter fish love them

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