In 1967, when Fred Young carved the first Big O Crankbait from a block of balsa wood, he created a legacy. When Cotton Cordell® began making the Big O®, great care was taken to keep the precise action and running depths the same as the balsa model. The fact that after 20 years the Big O is still an active part of "crankbait" history is testimony to this lure's capabilities.
I needed this size and color lure because the fish have been biting.
July 30, 2012
Like every Cotton Cordell Lure I have tried it's a winner. By varying return speeds you give a whole
new action to this lure and Bass just eat them up.
I have a whole plastic box dedicated to this crankbait in differnet colors and sizes. I'm a believer.
June 22, 2012
Cotton Cordell Big O has been a go to lure for me for years and will catch fish when other crank baits wont. I've caught the BIG Bass in tournament fishing several times using Big O crawdad color 2".Also the chrome with black back is great in the Kanawha River in WV.I would recomend it to anyone wanting to catch any black bass.
June 14, 2012
Used "Big O" baits for many years. Always seems to produce. Great action. Color selection works well.
April 24, 2012
I would try out a KVD Square Bill Crankbait. Those lures have great action, and perfect color schemes. They have a silet version and a rattlin version. Go with a Sexy Shad or Sunfish (or whichever you prefer, they all are great). You'll be golden.
I've caught bass on both lures, and also many northern pike. Not sure which catches fish better, they seem pretty even there, but I think the Wiggle O is built better, having retrieved a few Wiggle Warts with only the lip on the end of my line... the body actually separated from it! That's NEVER happened with a Wiggle- O nor a Big O. Also pike and bass seem to really like the chartreuse wiggle/big O
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