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Yea some cool colors,i do well with them,with the metal lip you can tweek them to run different,long casts rod tip in the water i have hit bottom 13-14 ft,i got some of the bigger ones two.I found some more thunder cranks,one of them in a crayfish color,i bet that is the one for smallmouth at the lakefront
 

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Yea some cool colors,i do well with them,with the metal lip you can tweek them to run different,long casts rod tip in the water i have hit bottom 13-14 ft,i got some of the bigger ones two.I found some more thunder cranks,one of them in a crayfish color,i bet that is the one for smallmouth at the lakefront
Yeah those metal lips really are second to none for sure. Along the breakwalls with the thundercranks the crayfish one does better but the key is you have to get close and parallel cast the outside edge with them for best results. We liked to hit some of those weedbeds and drop offs and a chartreuese with orange belly was the ticket over there. I should stop there before I lose my fishing buddies hehe TMI
 
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