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Acquired six Combat Crank 320 (8'-10') as part of a JDM order this past Friday. These are the same as the CR10 crank that should be available in July here in the states. There will be seven CR models that will cover depths 1'-16'. At first glance these baits appear to be of high quality, in both finish and hardware. I've always been a fan of clown pattern lures and I look forward to getting that one wet.

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I have a bunch of their shallow cranks, I likes...

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Now you are getting into my world! I learned long ago to show pressured fish something they have not seen before. Many of fish have been caught on the Potomac because everyone is using a LC pointer or a Smithwck Rogue while I am throwing a Evergreen squad minnow or Imakatsu Ripriser. 

One tournament when the water was low and crystal clear I almost felt guilty with the number of bass I caught on a M1 Inspire minnow.

 

 

Allen

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Those things look terrible. I’ll do you a favor and offer to take them off your hands for free because no self-respecting bass angler would use those things. Here’s my address...

 

Honestly, those look things look like bass killers. I love fishing cranks. Offer still stands, lol. 

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I've thrown a few Evergreen crankbaits and they've all been VERY high quality baits. I do a lot of cranking in that 8-10' range. I may have to pick a few of these up. Thanks for feeding my bait monkey. 

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