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Hottest bait to hit crappie fishing in a long time
Serious slab enticing features
Highly detailed design
3-D lazer eyes
Diving depths up to 10'
These deadly Bass Pro Shops Crappie Maxx Cranks are the hottest thing to hit crappie fishing in a long time. All the key features are here—tight wobble; diving depths up to 10', highly detailed design; quality components; 3-D lazer eyes...monster slabs will literally be throwing themselves at your bait!
Rated 5 out of 5 by FishKing69 Caught plenty
I used this crank bait last weekend (April 26th) and caught 52 crappie with it. They averaged anywhere between 1lb to the biggest one at 3lbs 3oz. This crank bait works!!! I also landed a 72lb 7oz blue cat with it using a Snoopy rod and reel combo with 4lb test line.
April 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishinnut2013 great bass lure
I bought 7 different colors of the crappie maxx crank bait. I put on the pink one andthe bass loved it. I didn't catch any crappie on it but the water was still pretty cold only 48 degrees.
April 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marine57 Deadly On Crappie and Small Mouth
Purchased three different types of this fishing bait and they work very well. Caught a 20in Small Mouth on the first cat with the black one and caught some good size crappie on the others.
March 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Geminifishn Good buy
I would and will purchase this lure again being as I may not have caught crappie with it, I did in fact catch white bass and spotted bass when nothing else worked.
March 9, 2014
I finished fishing a week in Oklahoma with my son. I used the Pearl Shad WMC52M-01 2" 5/16 oz. mostly trolling and caught the follwing species of fish: crappie, white bass, small and large mouth bass, drum and channel catfish - mostly the crappie, white bass and large and small mouth bass.
I have actually heard that on this crank largemouth bass are caught most often....actually i heard crappie are rarely caught on this...i own one in the bubblegum color...just havent had luck but that would be because i havent given it much time and not in the best situations...but yeah if you want LM ok but there are better crappie lures
they work good on bass just a little big for bluegill any shad color works well, i use a 5:2:1 ratio reel and i just crank them at a medium speed works good and accordding to the lure depth to cause they come in 4 foot up to 10 foot depth range lures
I jsut finished fishing for a week in Oklahoma and used the Pearl Shad WMC52M-01 2" 5/16 oz. I used in mostly whille trolling and caught large and small mouth bass, crappie and white bass. The white bass seemed to hit at a faster trol.l also caught bass at a faster troll but seemed to have more success at a slower troll. The lure ran true at various speeds. You might want to try retrieving the lure at various speeds to see what works best.
Yes sir! Bass eat them up, and so do big gills. The way to catch bluegills is the only time I get bit is when the are beding. Get the four to six foot diver and crank it right through their nests! They will smash this lure! Make sure you put them back though, or their nests will be ungaurded. For bucketmouth, get the shallow diver and crank it parallel to the bank with frequent pauses followed by slow reeling.
They will catch largemouth bass. Bluegill will probably hit at them. From a video I have the pro's in it all say 1.2 mph is the key. I do not have GPS so I troll them fast enough for the end of the pole to jiggle.