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Cotton Cordell Super Spot Lipless Crankbaits

   

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Gold Black Back

Gold Black Back

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C2403
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 955020

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Chrome/Blue Back

Chrome/Blue Back

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C2406
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1052978

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Wounded Shad

Wounded Shad

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C24356
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1429342

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Copper Craw

Copper Craw

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C24359
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1429343

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Gold Shiner

Gold Shiner

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C24361
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1429345

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Blue Shiner

Blue Shiner

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C24362
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1429346

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Gray Shad

Gray Shad

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C24365
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1429347

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Firetiger

Firetiger

2-1/2"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C2469
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 955027

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Royal Red

Royal Red

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25200
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1429349

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Gold Black Back

Gold Black Back

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C2503
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 955029

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Chrome/Blue Back

Chrome/Blue Back

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C2506
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 714207

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Royal Chrome

Royal Chrome

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25448
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1630350

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Wounded Shad

Wounded Shad

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25356
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1111532

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Copper Craw

Copper Craw

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25359
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1111535

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Gold Shiner

Gold Shiner

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25361
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1111537

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Blue Shiner

Blue Shiner

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25362
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1111538

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Green Tiger

Green Tiger

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25363
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1111539

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Gray Shad

Gray Shad

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25365
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1111541

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Firetiger

Firetiger

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C2569
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 958184

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Rayburn Red

Rayburn Red

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25186
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 868109

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Watermelon Seed

Watermelon Seed

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25188
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 955031

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Royal Shad

Royal Shad

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25190
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1429348

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Foxy Shad

Foxy Shad

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25201
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1630348

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Foxy Momma

Foxy Momma

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
C25210
  • $4.29

  • SKU: 1630349

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The original Cotton Cordell® Super Spot® Lipless Crankbait with the signature shad body shape, lifelike finish with realistic eyes and super-tight wiggling action bass, pike and walleye can't refuse. These Super Spot Lipless Cranks pump out big-time, fish-attracting sound and are next to impossible to fish wrong.

Cotton Cordell® Super Spot® Lipless Crankbaits 4.6 5 121 121
Wounded Shad The wounded shad rattler is a phenomenal lure, it has always been my go to lure when nothing works. I have used this in many different ponds here in MA. and 80% of the time I have caught a fish. I have seen so many strike it close to the shore. I don't own a boat so I shore fish and it works so well. I highly recommend this rattler. September 18, 2012
Great lipless crank For shallow waters nothing beats using a lipless crank bait. When you can find colors that work, at a great price, from a name brand company, well that's hard to beat. I found these cranks on sale and picked up two of the Chrome Blue and Rayburn Red. After using and testing these out, I wished I would have purchased more. Rayburn red, red craw, crawdad or the like, has been a top color for me for years. Regardless of make model etc, this color is one of my favorites. Finding it on sale from one of my favorite brands was a big plus. Both cranks were packaged very well. All of these crank baits tracked 100%. No modifications had to be made. Good packaging relates to being able to store the crank as back ups without loosing them or them getting all scratched up. They have slots in the package for hanging on the peg board, which was nice. Both colors of cranks looked very well made. No color imperfections, nicks, chips or runs in the paint. Both sets of hooks were very sharp. They are also very streamlined and launched perfectly into the air while casting. These make an all around great lipless crank bait. Great prices with quality product is hard to beat. September 9, 2012
great lure/action 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
Go TO Bait First fished on Orange lake in Fl in 1967 in Smoky Joe color. Have caught bass all over Northeast, Southeast and Midwest using 31/2" size. Best size to date with the Smoky Joe color was 9 1/2 and 9 lbs twenty minutes apart. Once took the manufactuer to task because they changed the finish ( they changed back about a year ). JWMc May 22, 2012
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so you can run it over cover and let it float it up above the cover.
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They do! I just purchased one at our local Bass Pro Shop in Orlando. They only had the 1/2 ounce size in two color patterns (gold and silver), but I wanted a floater to stay out of the weeds, so I bought one of each.

I use it in areas where there is a lot of grass and weeds and keep it close to the surface and it works great.
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Flotating lipless crankbait might defeat the purpose of cranking!! :-) But the Super Spot does come in a 'suspending ' model, which I used and found that it catches fish, also; especially if fish are schooling or near the surface feeding. Otherwise, I like the cranking models to bump stuff and catch fish.
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What colors would anyone say work the best?
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I like the Rayburn Red my self. The Chrom Blue produced as well.
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Smoky Joe
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Chrome Blue or Wounded Shad.
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Blue and Chrome is my favorite.
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silver and blue gets the most strikes,perch color gets the biggest fish,add red and it excelerates the intensity.
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I have had the best luck with the chrome that has the blue top. Wouldn't hurt to put on some red treble hooks either.
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for me , ive tried to pay attention to the natural bait in my fishing area and do the best i can to match the forage available. although some of my favorites are ,firetiger which is always a winner in my book even when bass are finicky . but also red craw works well in pre spawn stages. and a surefire bet would be kvds sexy shad. my overall slammer is just plain chartruese beccause no matter what stage there in they just cant resist .good fishing bro.
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Chrome/black back; chrome/blue back; Foxy Momma and Foxy Shad.
On a partly cloudy day : gold/black back is good.
Later in the year, when it's hot and sunny most everyday, the other colors come into play and you can experiment, but always tie on the above 4 first, given the situation.
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Chrome and blue
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I dont know the exact size of the hooks, but I can tell you they are pretty big. You will not have a problem hooking fish and keeping them on. I hooked a fattie and I didn't have the super spot tied on good and it broke off...Heard the fish jumping out of the water the rest of my trip trying to get it out of its mouth but with no luck
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They are number 6
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These 1/2oz. baits come with #6 eagle claw trebles . I do change the front ones to red eagle claw trebles myself . Just a personal preferance that I do on most of my cranks except topwater and jerkbaits and even a few of those too . I also change the line tie split ring to an oval shaped one to . But these baits will perform quite nicely right out of the box and if you put on bigger hooks you wont be happy . They definitely will tangle nearly all the time. Good Luck !
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can it catch trout

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great for laker, try vertical jigging it.
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Yes these will catch trout pike bass etc. Just match the forage and get the proper size accoriding to the depth that you are fishing.
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Yes these baits will catch all freshwater fish. Im being serious.
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I'm sure it can, I've never tried trout fishing with a rattle trap.
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why isn't there an o-ring on it?
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Tie to the split ring.
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Tie direct.
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All of the Cordell Spot lures that I have purchased have an "O" ring on them.

Maybe yours snuck out of the factory without getting one installed on it.

If you like having the "O" ring on your crank baits, you can always purchase a small package of "O" rings and put one on it yourself.

Sometimes I take the "O" ring off of the crank bait because it can wear your line down and break off if the line gets stuck in the spot where it splits.

When I do take the "O" ring off, I usually tie my line directly on the crank bait using a Uni-Knot with a small loop in it. This way you have a good line connection and can still get plenty of action out of your crank bait.
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i have always tied a fishermans knot as i know it directly to the lure .i see it insures my bait to swim true and natual . as far as the o rings go ,i bought 22 different patterns and all of them have o rings on them .maybe think about buying a pack to install yourself , they should be inexpensive . best of luck.

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The Super Spot does come with an O-ring. Sometimes I'll replace the roound O-ring with a more rectangular o-ring design, and I use a Trilene knot on a fast clip instead of tying directly to the o-ring. Bass often hit these baits so aggressively, and you bumpt them off of stumps and rocks so often, that the paint jobs take a beating, and so the fact clip helps me re-rig quickly, and I have confidence in the Trilene knot.
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Your crankbait will work better if you put the loop knot in it or use a small clip to allow the bait to work like it was designed for.
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I tie my line directly to the lure. these lures have a good rattle, without the need for an O-ring.
Just to check, I tied a loop knot last night and it didn't make any obvious difference. Likewise, I tried a few casts with an O-ring attached, and it gave this particular lipless bait much less action. My recommendation, for what it's worth, is to fish the lure as-is, and tie directly to the lure.
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What I do is buy some snap swivels and cut the swivle part off and tie mthe snap to the line using a polomar know. Good for quick changes and it works.
Check your ling for bad spots every so often and retie if needed. Good luck.
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Cast widely in open water, retrieve at varied speeds
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The best way to fish any crankbait since it is a reaction bait is to make it bump into cover or jerk it over the top of grass. The bait needs to be erratic and not just wind it steady.
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leeting it sink, then ripping it out of the grass!
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I was cranking the reel at medium speed about 4 to 5 times then pausing for a second making sure to hold the rod tip up even with my head
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This is a great search bait. In the Summer, I like to go for long casts into open water and quickly fish it past structure, hoping to lure out a largemouth lunker.

In Springtime, I use this on rivers and fish it from downstream to upstream ensuring a slow, even retrieve, pausing in slacks created by rocks, trees, etc. This will lure the smallmouths out everytime.
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Me I fish it through the weeds. jerk it twitch it reel it fast and stop. Sometime I slow roll it it depends on how the like.
The more you fish with them the better feel you get for them.
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which one is an all-round better lure?
which one would you recommend me to get?
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no way, for the money and action cant be beat.
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While fishing local tournments on Big Sam in Texas, most guys were throwing the Rat-L-Trap. I switched to the Super Spot because it gives, to me, a different sound. Caught fish!!! Stayed with Super Spot since then....not that I don't encourage my partner to throw the Rat-L-Trap; never know and helps to cover all bases.
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If I had a choice between the two I would choose the super spot that has been doing a good job at catching fish for years but so has Cotton Cordell.
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If money is no object and you can afford to loose six or seven buck on a break off get the more expensive baits.
But I've found that yhou can catch nice Bass on the Cottton Cordell and if you loose one it doesn't dent your pocket book so bad.
They catch fish and that is what it's all about.
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I've personally had better results with thr 'rattle trap' baits.
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i have both and in my opinion niether out-performs the other. get them both and try them out. if you don't like one Im sure someone would want it, i know some pro shops will buy used lures.
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It would be a toss-up between the Super Spot and the Bill Lewis Rat'l Trap, IMHO. I like the way they work, and they sure produce fish for us.
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Cotton Cordell Super Spots are as good as any out there for catching fish!

Forget fancy and/or pricey. Does it catch fish? Yes!
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rat-l-trap
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Probably the Strike King Red Eye Shad. The first time I used it in a small pond, I caught a 6 pound bass. In a small pond!
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For the money, the Cotton Cordell Super Spot is awesome. I'm also a big fan of the Strike King Red Eye Shad the new Rapala Clackin Rap.
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All of them are good- depends on how much you want to pay. I personally think if a bass sees any of them it will eat it just depends on what brand you have the most confidence in
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X Calibur Hi-Tek is #1 then XPS Tri-Vibe crank, Bill lewis Rat L Trap and strike king bleeding Shad these all works fine.
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How deep do these go reeling and how deep trolling?
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I was putting our boat in 10 feet of water and had my 25 HP outboard cut right down in order to troll. We had no problem getting down to fish (northern pike). They sink fairly fast, so I think that helps keep them down.
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These baits go about 5-6 feet when reeling in you can adjust that by the speed of your reeling though. Faster will keep it higher and slower it will sink. I cant help you on trolling as i do not have a boat :(
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they dont dive like a normal crankbait. they sink. so you can cast out count it down then reel. try googling trolling a rat-l-trap
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They can go as deep as you want.
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the faster you reel the shallower it goes. you can also count it down or alter your rod angle.
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While reeling it seems to be around 15 ft. When trolling I would guess 12 ft. or so.
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Same as other brands and trolling it just depends on your speed and angle of the rod
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