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excellent i have a spro already and bandits 700's but i wasn't sure how either would do in heavy cover. good stuff i'll pick up a couple dd22' and another spro or two and go to town thanks guys

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Just my opinion, but I think a Timber Tiger DC16 gets through deeper cover better than the DD22 or the Bomber or Spro and I think you get bit just as often. For really gnarly cover go with 17 or 20 lb line and a DC 16. With the heavier line, it will only get 10 feet down or so, max. but you will be amazed at the cover it will come through.

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Being a frugal (read - cheap ****) fisherman, I find myself holding back when throwing high dollar cranks into timber, especially submerged timber. However, a couple of years ago, I saw some $1.99 cranks in the bargin bin at BPS - bought one in every color and knew that I wouldn't hesitate to throw them into the thick wood. Since then I have caught lots of bass on these lures and have only lost one or two. Maybe what I'm saying is confidence with your favorite CB may go along way.

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Shad Master,

I agree. Your confidence in the bait you are throwing is as important as the bait itself. If you have a bunch a cranks in your box without confidence in them, you are going to be quick on the trigger to go the next one without giving it a legitimate shot to catch bass. I have a few in my box that when I go out no matter the conditions I go right for those first.

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