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Each bait in Strike King®'s Pro-Model® Crankbait Series is designed to perform a specific task. The Pro-Model Series 4 and 4S Crankbaits dominate shallow to medium deep, stained water with their wide wobble design, free-floating rattles, chip-resistant finishes and lifelike 3-D eyes.
The Pro-Model 4S is designed with a square bill which lets it crawl through all types of thick, shallow cover.
The Pro-Model 4 with its oversized bill deflects off cover on its way down to medium-depths.
HC4S - 9/16 oz. Dives 2'-5'.
HC4 - 9/16 oz. Dives 5'-8'.
I bought both the sexy shad, and sexy shad chartreuse in both, 4S, and the regular 4 series. All I got to say is I absolutely love 'em. Great price and performance! I've had a lot of crankbaits and over time I've grown to choose Strike Kings over the rest! They always do exactly what they're made to do! Dive, wiggle, rattle, and catch fish! I cought this guy earlier on the chatreuse on the 2nd cast and 10 more the rest of the evening on these Strike Kings spinners
August 14, 2011
If you like crankbaits
I'm not a fan of crankbaits in general, but when you just have to use one, you can't beat Strike King for the price.
July 14, 2011
I use this crank bait from 1-foot to 10-foot deep, It has A very wide wobble which helps from getting it hung in most cover & I think works best in blue bird conditions
& highly pressured areas.
May 3, 2011
Strike King Series 4
Very well made crank bait. These cranks run true out of the package and entice quite a few strikes. I recently finished 4th in a tournament using these crankbaits and the elusive KVD's in bluegill and Chart Sexy shad colors. No better cranks out there for the money.
April 18, 2011
I'd go with anything natural. Whether it is the gizzard shad, bluegill or pumpkinseed colors, you won't go wrong. The shad bite hasn't been heavy here in Oklahoma but I'm sure the sexy shad patterns will pick up soon.
1 year, 5 months ago
- Tulsa, Ok
rule of thumb i have been taught dark stain water dark colors ,clear water bright colors or as Mike Iconelli said in an article i read clear water use shock colors bright stuff.
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