Lucky Craft® Hardbaits - Moonsault™ CB
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Looks like a standard diver, but has the rattle system of a lipless crankbait. The action, too, is a hybrid concoction of both styles--it sports a lively, super-tight wiggle, plus a well-defined side-to-side motion. The unique combination of sound and movement is more than a poor unsuspecting bass can stand! Floats at rest.
CB100: 2-1/4"; 3/8 oz.
CB200: 2-1/4"; 7/16 oz.
CB350: 2-1/2"; 1/2 oz.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5 out of 5 by blackcloud2929 Great Bait
The only problem with crankbait is price. But in the last year it has been worth it. It is HARD for me to believe other reviews say they catch fish on rapala and other baits and not on these. Well I am not going to believe it. A Great crankbait, wish I could post a picture of one of mine where the fish have literally beat the eyes out of it. Bring 'em down south and have a good time.
August 10, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by PoopsMcGee Bomb
I spend a lot of time bass fishing in Northern Wisconsin and this Moonsault slays! Out preform any other crankbait I have used. They always run perfect and the different action drives bass wild. I have 2 CB 200 each caught 50-100 fish no need for tuning yet. the 15 dollar price tag is worth it for a product that durable. It does make me wanna cry when a Snake Pike bites one off though :[.
May 27, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Sach Great Action; No Production
I first should start by saying I do like this lure a lot, but in the 5 times I have used it no fish have been caught on it. So, having said that, I could not give it over 3 stars. It has nice tight action, and casts well, but most importantly; zero fish. Try the Rapala DT series crankbaits instead, I have had much better success on them. Good luck!
October 6, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by LesterC Bring back the 001!
This is a bad score with an asterisk. The CB moonsault series from lucky craft is a pretty big disappointment. Their lipless vibrating cranks are killer and I had hoped for more of the same from the CBs. Generally speaking, not so much. They will catch the occasional fish but they are just not worth the money. The exception is the CB-001, which is the supershallow runner in this series. That is a tremendous shallow water bait and I have caught large numbers of very big bass, including a 15 pounder out of my secret lake. Unfortunately Bass Pro does not carry the CB-001, they start with the 100s. My tip: replace the stock trebles with a red treble in front and a feathered treble in back. Plus go up a size.
November 8, 2007
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