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Berkely Dredger's have a tight action .The 10.5 hits ten foot , the 14.5 will dig bottom at 10 foot using 12 lb mono Big Game .

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The Strike King HTC 1.5 will get really close if it doesn't. It was by far my best crank this winter.

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Rapala ShadRap. The jointed model suspends, which makes it a great alternative to a jerk bait.

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wiggle wart, SPRO Little John MD will get close, anything with flat sides will have a nice tight wiggle, just pick one that will reach your intended depth.

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The Deep or Mid Bomber Flat A will hit 9 feet. Rapala Has the Flat DT series and shad raps which have many that can hit that depth. 

 

The Flat A is an awesome crankbait, it kind of suspends after deflecting, rises slowly but they have been a favorite of mine for years. Not sure Rapala Makes the DT-7 Flat which can get to 9 feet, but shad raps in most sizes can hit that range.

 

The glass Shad rap is a true suspender and I use the little one #5 I think and it gets pretty deep, over 10' for sure and stays there.

 

Hope that helps. The Bomber Flat A may say 7' or 9' on package, but It tends to work best on lighter line 8-10lb and I feel as though I get 10-12' out of it on a good cast.

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Spro Little John DD 60. Dives 9 to 12 feet.

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