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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Lazer Eye™ Hardbaits - Shallow Crank

   

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Bleeding Tennessee Shad

Bleeding Tennessee Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-03

Firetiger

Firetiger

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-04

Homer

Homer

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-11

Splatterback Pearl

Splatterback Pearl

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-12

Blue Back Chartreuse

Blue Back Chartreuse

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-17

Green Crawdad

Green Crawdad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-34

Chrome Blue Back

Chrome Blue Back

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-37

Crawfish Boil

Crawfish Boil

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-41

Pearl Red Eye

Pearl Red Eye

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-42

Chartreuse Shad

Chartreuse Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-44

OJ Brown Crawdad

OJ Brown Crawdad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-46

Olive Shad

Olive Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-49

Bluegill

Bluegill

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-50

Fire Crawdad

Fire Crawdad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-52

XXX Shad

XXX Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-53

Phantom

Phantom

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-59

Natural Brown Crawdad

Natural Brown Crawdad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-63

Texas Shad

Texas Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-66

Green Shad

Green Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-67

Chrome XXX Shad

Chrome XXX Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-79

Gold XXX Shad

Gold XXX Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-80

Bone XXX Shad

Bone XXX Shad

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-81

Chartreuse Green Craw

Chartreuse Green Craw

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-82

Green Craw

Green Craw

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-83

Brown Craw

Brown Craw

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-84

Chartreuse Perch

Chartreuse Perch

2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
4'

Model:
CNK52S-94
  • Super-tight, fish-triggering wobble
  • Detailed ''fish body'' design
  • 3-D lazer eyes
  • Bounces off cover  
Built to kick bass! We've analyzed and tested these baits down to the last detail, and built them using only the finest quality components and premium hooks. All styles feature naturally scultped bodies, lifelike 3-D lazer eyes, extra-loud rattles and unique finishes that replicate the natural colorization process (becoming more pronounced in direct sunlight, and somewhat less intense under the surface). Can't beat the price either—why not try some today?

The XPS Lazer Eye Shallow Cranks offer a super-tight, fish-triggering wobble, with our detailed "fish body" design and 3-D lazer eyes. Jerk it, let it rise, and repeat, all the way in—deadly! Bounces off shallow structures to provoke strikes.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 74 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by After one season Been using this bait for a full season now. The pattern works well in stained water. I've caught bass from under 1 lb. up to 4 lbs. with it. The only problem is casting with any wind blowing. Its a little light and using baitcasting tackle is a bit tricky if you're forced to cast into the wind. I replaced the hooks after one trip since they just don't hook up well. Overall a pretty good bait for $5.00 May 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lil guys like it As of right now just caught a couple small bass with it, thought it would be great for crappie, but no luck yet. Nice action and seems to get followed in almost every time I use it. May 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by really good lures these lures are crazy! I was burning them all this weekend and the fish were crazy for them! I caught 5 pike and 4 bass Friday 2 walleye and another pike Saturday but had one that was 36 in+ on just the firetiger color! them Sunday we caught 4 more bass. 2 on homer and 2 on Tennessee shad. I was burning them in to where they would start to roll and give it a 'searching' action July 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT BAIT I bought the "Texas Shad" a while back and never used it. Then caught a bass with a little bluegill in its mouth so I threw this on my line an absolutely started killing bass and big ones! Fished with it 3 days in a row never caught anything under 2lbs and probably caught a fish on average of every 20 casts. Yesterday at the end of the day I set the hook on one and snapped my line lol. Safe to say I'll be buying more than one of these. May 28, 2013
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im fishing for bass all year long
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fish this lure close to docks and cover, such as trees and boats. you will find that you will catch more fish with this lure by retrieving it as slow as possible!
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use them in rocks wood or any cover they come right through it all with no problem.
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I use this lure every time I go fishing. I fish in Delaware fresh water ponds. The deepest water in Delaware is around 12 feet. I use these lures in many cover to cover alot of water. I use my depth finder and find sudden changes in depth and fish it there. If fishing is slow i cast it and real it along lilly pads edges or it is great for bumpong off of logs.
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This is a great bait for shallow water, near and through brush. With the tight wobble, it works better then most cranks in weeds, but it is NOT weedless. It also deflects off rock pretty well also.

I would suggest this as a pre-spawn to early summer bait, shallow water, tight to cover.
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Shallow water, stop and go retrieve,,,in deep SE US if you are fishing all year.
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Get in an area where there is alot of grass and fish from the deeper area up to the shallow part.
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they boyh work fine ,but for the money it is up to u
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Don't use any other of my crank baits anymore .have this in 6 colors and depths
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I have many crankbaits but since I have started using these cranks I dont use anything else.
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Has to be answered day by day.
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This one for sure
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I would say this one in the deeper diving version
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I am just wondering what colors are the best.
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The water color generally is the best clue...muddy/stained water, use dark or chartruse colors..clear water use light colors like silver or white.
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I like the Tennessee shad.But you should try to match the natural forage in your lake,or pond.
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The color depends on where you are fishing. Take a look at the bait fish in the lakes and ponds where you fish. If you are seeing a good amount of minnows, than get something that resembles a minnow and the same for perch or sunfish. Find out what the fish are eating and try to mimic that. I also make a point of purchasing lures in a few different colors because I like to figure out what the fish want. I fish 3 or 4 different lakes around my house and each lake likes different colors. I say switch often until they hit and then stick with it until they stop hitting.
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ive had big luck with number 12
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It really depends on what the forage is in the lake or reservoir you are fishing. If the bass are feeding on shad, then get shad, if they are feeding on bluegill then get a bluegill color. Keep in mind that the water clarity and sunlight are going to really determine what the fish can see. If you have clear water you need to match the forage as best as you can and the sunnier it is the more critical it is that you present it well. If the water is clear to say...18" or so you can get away with a little more and have more "flash" or more bright color to the lure. Muddy or dirty water allows you to throw things with bright chartreuse colors and such or chromes and catch fish. I'd buy a few colors and try them out under the conditions and just see what you can get to produce the best results! Hope this helps!
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In my opinion it is.
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Probably not, but it is one of the better ones. For the price, and color options, and overall quality, it is tough to beat.
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"Best" will have to be determined day by day.
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It may be the best for the price!
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yes, i would recomend it
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I'd say for the money these are hands down the best square-billed crank bait out there.
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This has to be answered by the bass on a day by day or even hour by hour basis.
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i would say this one is the best
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yes, but i would rather use a XPS® Lazer Eye Nitro bait than a mann's bait just because of the action i get out of tthe nitro.
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On lighter lines and longer cast, yes, and perhaps a little more. On heavier lines, three feet is probably all you will get.
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As long as lb test is 8-10 lbs...larger diameter line will not dive as deep.
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It usually depends on how fast you are reeling or pulling the line. The retrieval rate usually determines the depth of the lure. Reel slow and it stays up top, reel fast and it drops to the max depth.
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yes
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Obviously the type of fishing line you use will effect the depth of any crank bait but using 15lb monofilment, I am constantly dragging the bottom in 3.5 to 4 ft. of water with this bait.
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what kind of fishing line do i use for trolling planer boards for walleyes
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Mono works better in the releases, but I use braid because I like the no stretch lines.

Still, if you are asking this question, you are probably new to planer boards, so I'd suggest starting with Mono.
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tou should try fany of the fireline products they work great, even the tracer braid. But if you dont like any fireline products, inclueding all fireline braids, you should try a braid because it is very strong. I suggest a green color works best for walleyes.
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Yes, not quite as well as a coffin lip, but yes. It is better then a coffin lip on brush.
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Its a durable bait but if you mean while reeling it in, the rocks would have to be very shallow.
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I haven't had any issues with rocks so far with these lures. It seems because they are shallow that they basically scrape the tops of the rocks rather than getting stuck on the sides.
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yes
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yes it doesnt really scrub on flat rocks like most baits do and if you are fishing on a dam where there are alot of smaller rocks it will hardly ever get caught in them
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i was wondering wen is the best time to use these and where??
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Right now. Summer time when its hot and the bass are moving around feeding. It's a shallow crank so in shallow grassbeds or rock bottoms. try fishing on a point
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When the bass are feeding in shallow water.
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i would say early spring or late fall in the 6 foot water areas 15 yards off shore
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Both of the prior answers are very complete and offer great information. I love this crankbait and find it is also good when water is rising due to rain or flow is held back from a dam in a reservoir. Bass will tend to move shallow to feed when this accures.
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I use these year round but I don't just fish for bass these work great on crappie as well. Open water trolling or cranking it through standing timber can produce great crappie bites all year. If you have cover and structure together in shallow water it will hold bass all year and this bait will work well. If you have vegitation you can pull these across the tops of the grass or along the outside vegitation line when bass hide down in the shade of the grass. Shallow spawning flats are seasonal in Spring and most productive for targeting big bass, and in the fall you should use these up in the creeks. You can catch fish all year with this bait just remember to slow your retrieve way down in the winter. There's more than 1 way to skin a cat and these patterns won't work everyday, this is just what I found that have produced well seasonally but patterns change by the hour. The fish will tell you whats working the best. Try everything and Never give up.
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Well these are a very versatile bait and it depends on what type of fish you want to catch, although a good overall time is either in the spring when fish are moving up into the shallows to spawn or fall when the water starts to cool down and the fish once again start to move to more shallow water. Stay away from mossy waters because any type of crankbaits and moss just don't get along at all. And stay out of very deep water considering the bait runs to about a max of 4 feet. Most people have their best luck at running these baits parallel to the bank in most places.
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