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Floating Lipless Crank?

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I've tried them and the suspending one's but never done worth a darn on them.  I don't think I've honestly caught a fish on them.  I thought they'd be great in early spring but......   Zero!

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I've tried them and the suspending one's but never done worth a darn on them. I don't think I've honestly caught a fish on them. I thought they'd be great in early spring but...... Zero!

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I've tried them and the suspending one's but never done worth a darn on them. I don't think I've honestly caught a fish on them. I thought they'd be great in early spring but...... Zero!

x2 :-/

X3

Thought they might make a great shallow water early Spring bait and zeroed on them.  Tried them several other times and places and they are in the junk box now.

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I've caught some fish on them, but I haven't really spent much time with them.  

The main reason I bought them was for fishing mud flats from 1'-3' that bass tend run around on in the fall.  

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They sink after a few good uses...

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I've seen them, but have not bought them.  I have other baits for shallow water, and where I want to fish lipless cranks, I want them to sink and get down.

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Floating Rat L Traps.

Yep.  Have a number of them and do quite well.  Great fall bait when the fish are in cover along the bank.  You can throw those things right up to the bank and start skittering them like a fleeing shad.  Once you're in slightly deeper water stop it and then start cranking and it begins diving.

Also great over submergent vegatation that comes within a foot or 2 of the surface.

I've also used them in the early spring as a suspending bait by adding Suspend strips to them.

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