There's nothing sneaky about the way these cranks catch fish! Bandit lures always run true right out of the box, and have the ability to steal you a tournament win anytime. Bandit's 200 series crankbaits scream for attention and are very productive along outside drop-offs or where clear water forces fish deep. Producing an extra-wide wobble and offering a loud, fish-attracting rattle, these Bandit crankbaits really bring the strikes home!
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishfearme21 Crappie killers
These are great trolling baits for crappies. The 300's have caught me so many 15" plus crappies I have lost count. The 200's will catch bass all day long on the right days.
May 24, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by WormRod Bandit Baits
I have used Bandit Crankbaits for many years and have always have good luck with them. I like the 200 series very well it gets down where I want it. I like to way it runs right out the box
May 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AnglerTooz Awesome little crankbaits!!
I have caught many nice size Smallmouth Bass
on these lures. They work great out of the package with no adjustment needed. Give them a try, you won't regret it!!
April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ndblaikie Small lure with big fishy!
Do not be fooled at all by these little guys, they cast a mile, catch fish and are extremely durable.
I fished these on small rivers, big lakes and have caught a ton of smallmouth on them.
The rattle works well, so much so I had a musky decide to follow one, thankfully not take it though as I only had 8lb line!
Good for crappie, walleye and best for smallmouth.
February 9, 2013
alternate between stopping whenever you bump into something, stopping once of twice in each retrieve, and a slight jerk once or twice in between retrieves. The stopping and jerking and slight bump excites fish and over half of my bites on crankbaits come during or right after i do these.
When at rest the Bandit lures all float up slowly, like Speed Traps these lures can be fished with a stop and go retrieve. Because they float up you can fish them right over grass or submerged wood and pause them in key ambush areas allowing the lure to hold for a second or two longer in strike zones in an effort to force feed them to fish. Search online you might fine a video or two on using this bait.