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Does anybody have experience with these? What makes them different from other cranks out there? They look really sweet but are they good at catching fish or just fishermen?

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I got a couple of these last fall during a TW sale.  They look nice.  I haven't caught anything with them yet, but I also haven't fished them much.

 

They are quite big, for a crank bait.  They cast a mile!

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They are quite large, and funny shaped.  5/8oz throws a mile. Solid hooks.  Very unique wobble. Knock, not a rattle.  Paint jobs are cool, but I think that's more of a selling point for us since.  They only dive a few feet and rise to the surface pretty quick on a pause.  Good shallow water bait.  Not going to dig a trench, that's for sure.  Better suited for deflecting than diving.

 

I bought one... And then 3 more.  

 

Crush 50 is a solid, more traditional square bill.  Might want to look into those, too. 

 

One thing to be aware of, check TW and 6th sense site to make sure colors are consistent.  I've ordered some and what I received is not what I expected... Although I haven't got a paint job I didn't like.  For me, Shad Sense on the movement is killer.  

 

 

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Just yesterday I was on TW looking for stuff to fill out my cart for free shipping when I came across these.  Next thing you know I was watching an underwater video of there super wide wobble.  Long story short, I have two of them on their way to me.

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I swear by the MVMT 80x. They run shallow like has been said but I throw them right into wood cover on the shore. I fish from a kayak so I can get it back If I get it hooked but honestly it does pretty good coming free of cover. Even near the waters edge on steeper banks, I've caught more fish on a bg colored mvmt 80x this spring than every hard bait in my box combined last year. 

 

The only mystery is why I didn't grab some sooner. I throw the crush 50 and the flat 75 too, the mvmt is perfect right up on the bank tho. It's great too for those spots that look magnificent for square bills but they keep coming up choked with weeds... its easy to keep it up and out of the mess.

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I ordered two of these the other day, one in Custom Blue Gill (CBG) and one in Chrome Truese (CT), and they were waiting for me when I got home today.  The CBG is a beautiful lure, but it has short shank hooks on it which is fine, but different than advertised.  The CT was a hot mess.  The bill wasn't fused properly, and the paint job was less than stellar.  I have contacted TW to see if it was one that slipped passed quality control or if all of the CT were like this.  

 

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6 hours ago, Happybeerbuzz said:

I ordered two of these the other day, one in Custom Blue Gill (CBG) and one in Chrome Truese (CT), and they were waiting for me when I got home today.  The CBG is a beautiful lure, but it has short shank hooks on it which is fine, but different than advertised.  The CT was a hot mess.  The bill wasn't fused properly, and the paint job was less than stellar.  I have contacted TW to see if it was one that slipped passed quality control or if all of the CT were like this.  

 

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I'm guessing if that was a factory second. I've bought a lot of baits from 6th sense and I've never seen anything like that come out of their shop. I'd even contact them directly and ask what's up. I've emailed them before, super nice people that are on their game.

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I haven’t tried the movement bait but I have some 75X squarebills and they work in cold water. I also have the crush 50s I notice they run shallower than rated also they need some tuning here and there straight out the box. Also I don’t see much of a difference in the paint jobs than the 6 dollar lucky craft square bills, why they charge 9 bucks for a square bill doesn’t add up to me in my opinion.

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15 hours ago, Beetlebz said:

I've caught more fish on a bg colored mvmt 80x this spring than every hard bait in my box combined last year. 

Which of the bluegill color schemes have you been using, the really colorful Custom Bluegill or the less colorful Baby Bluegill?

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The live baby bluegill has been the best. 

 

@Burros the flat 75x and the MVMT 80x are both unique and they're fish catching machines. The crush 50x is really just a squarebill... I gotta agree with you. If you're going to make the same bait as everyone else and charge more you gotta step up the game a little. I'd still buy them to support the company tho. I've talked to them a few times, great service and great people to deal with. 

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3 hours ago, Beetlebz said:

I'm guessing if that was a factory second. I've bought a lot of baits from 6th sense and I've never seen anything like that come out of their shop. I'd even contact them directly and ask what's up. I've emailed them before, super nice people that are on their game.

I will do as you suggested and contact 6th Sense directly if I don't hear back from TW.  Thanks for the suggestion.  

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