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July 25, 2013
Crankbait Fishing On Steroids
When we first saw this colossal crank at the 2013 Bassmaster Classic, we were already making plans to add them to our arsenal. Definitely more akin to something you'd see in a muskie or striper box, Skeet's Frankenstein-like creation immediately qualified as the largest bass crankbait we'd ever seen.

The rationale behind the bait design? Big bass like big meals in the shape of shad, bluegills, crappies, and juvenile bass.

Like Skeet says in the video, he's been searching for a crank that will cast farther, dive deeper and displace water on a bigger scale than any bass bait ever designed. Not finding what he wanted on the market, he and the folks at Lucky Craft designed one, now expanding the big baits category of foot-plus worms and swimbaits to include cranks.

Just how far down? Try 25 feet—accessing deep, offshore structural elements traditionally unreachable with conventional bass crankbaits.

But there's more. Skeet's Magnum line also includes the world's largest square bill, a two-ounce monster for kicker hunting in the depths. We just saw it at ICAST and were once again blown away.
Go Deep   Tempt bass at 25 feet!
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