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The bandit 100

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I just started using crankbaits and I've been using the rapalas. I just saw the bandit 100 and wanted to give them a try. But I wanted to know what everyone thinks of them or should I give some other shallow running crankbait a try.

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I have been using the Bandit 100, 200 etc series and like them just fine. I have recently bought some Rapala DT's and am going to start giving those a try also. Either way you can't go wrong, the Bandits are a bit less expensive so it doesn't hurt as much when one dissappears.

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They're one of the best crankbaits I own! They've worked well for me on smallies! My fishing partner turned me on to them and I'm glad he did!

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I own 80 or so of these baits, with half are still in the package.  Would you believe I've never fished one?!   I'm a huge fan of the Bandit 200, and when Academy put all their Bandits on sale for $1.38, I bought over 200 baits.  I've read a lot of great reviews on the 100, and am confident they will produce like my 200's have in the past.  At least I know I can sell them for what I have in them  ;):)

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I own 80 or so of these baits, with half are still in the package.  Would you believe I've never fished one?!   I'm a huge fan of the Bandit 200, and when Academy put all their Bandits on sale for $1.38, I bought over 200 baits

Wow!!  Talk about getting mugged by the baitmonkey He moided ya  

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Bandit is my goto crank. The big thing is all the body shapes are the same, so 2-4 has 1 lip the 5-8 a different lip right up to the 300 series. That takes some guess out of the deal.

Garnet

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kb here if you like a wide wobble crankbait they are the best. iuse them and cotton cordell big o's  they have a tight wiggle  two great baits .

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