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Strike King Pro-Model Crankbaits - Series 6

   

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Gizzard Shad

Gizzard Shad

3"

1 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Max Diving Depth:
14'

Model:
HC6-511
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  • SKU: 857317

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Powder Blue Back Chartreuse

Powder Blue Back Chartreuse

3"

1 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Max Diving Depth:
14'

Model:
HC6-561
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  • SKU: 1542611

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Green Tomato

Green Tomato

3"

1 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Max Diving Depth:
14'

Model:
HC6-569
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  • SKU: 956472

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Chartreuse Sexy Shad

Chartreuse Sexy Shad

3"

1 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Max Diving Depth:
14'

Model:
HC6-538
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  • SKU: 1535148

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Sexy Shad

Sexy Shad

3"

1 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Max Diving Depth:
14'

Model:
HC6-590
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  • SKU: 1430667

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Each bait in Strike King®'s line of Pro-Model® Crankbaits is designed to perform a specific task and their Series 6 cranks have a 0° diving plane to allow for longer casts and deeper dives down to 14'. Perfect for covering loads of water, this Pro-Model Series has systematic flat areas incorporated to send out larger shock waves. Featuring free-floating rattles and lifelike 3-D eyes, these large wobblers will out fish other crankbaits.

  • 0° diving plane for longer casts and deeper dives
  • Sytematic flat areas improve vibration
  • Free-floating rattles
  • Dives 14'
Strike King Pro-Model Crankbaits - Series 6 3.8 5 28 28
worth it bought this a while back and went to a favorite lake recently, lake is 2 feet over summer pool and there is a large submerged rock about 7 feet underwater. i wanted to fish this right next to the ledge of the rock but since the rock is not visible because of highwater i was blindly casting. first off the cranbait did not run true so at first cast i was dissapointed...but not defeated. this is the first instance a strike king hasnt been great. however 3rd cast i caught a 4 pounder! my personal best outta that lake. coincidense or not im buying more hopefully these will run true. you only need one color, sexy shad. June 21, 2010
good bait I have purchased a dozen or so of these. I have fished them on Pickwick, Kentucky, and Barkley lakes. I also just fished with them in a tournament on the Arkansas river. I have caught a lot of fish with these in the 3lb range and if you are looking to catch a limit these do a nice job. I have used the sexy shad color with great results. I also use the Bomber A as an alternative. The one thing I would say is that I have to tune these baits to get them to run true. To me this is not that big of a thing as it only takes a few casts. The hooks are extremely sharp and I have not lost many fish once hooked. August 10, 2008
not good i got a few of these thinking theyd be just as good at the rapala dt 16s but cheaper. i was wrong. these things are made very cheaply. and they dont run true out of the box. spend the extra couple bucks and get a rapala. November 29, 2009
Satisfied I was very satisfied with this product. I like the action, and it casts exceptionally well. The Sexy Shad color is great and the lure shows a great, tight wobble. Some of my friends told me to avoid the Strike King crankbaits but i saw this lure for sale so I could not resist. Good action, good value, good color, good lure. I have heard that some of these lures need to be tuned out of the package, but the one i bought works fine. The stock hooks are fine, but i replaced them with owners. Red owner in the back and white feathered owner in the back. Works great on finicky fish. The bill on this lure is stronger than some other crankbaits i have used which is a plus. I seem to get more strikes when banging it off cover and the bill has held up fine. The best ways to work this lure is a stop and go retrieve or a burning fast retrieve, the bait will not bail out on a fast retrieve like some other crankbaits. My best fish on this lure was a four pound largemouth, but i have caught numerous largemouth, smallmouth, walleye, and even a pike. I recommend this lure to anyone. March 12, 2008
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What line should I use?

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Please give me a type and # test, thanks.
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I use 14# flourocarbon. You can use lighter line to get deeper, or heavier line if fishing around cover.
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Depends on the type of cover, I fish a lot of timber and usually rely on Power-Pro braid.
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stren clear blue 12lb
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at least 12. i use 14. use mono, my personal favorite is trilene, any model is excelent
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10# will get you a little deeper, but i prefer 12#, at least when dealing with 4# plus fish, fish the Berkley Vanish
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Type-This depends on what you like to use. Kevin van dam uses fluorocarbon but Mike iaconelli uses monofilament.
Now if your watching your wallet i would go with mono ,because it's cheaper but I use P-Line fluorocarbon.

# test- This depends on if you want the bait to go deeper or shallower. If you use a 10# line and hold your rod tip a 6 o'clock postition then it will dive deeper and vise versa. Personally I would go with a 12-14 pond test.
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For cranking I always go fluorocarbon. Berkley Vanish Transition is a good fluoro. What size test you use will depend on the cover you're working, a good standard is 14-20 though.
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These baits will float back up if you don't keep cranking, which makes it great if you fish wood cover.
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they float.
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They slowly rise
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They float
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Norman DD-22's if you want to get deep, they work great!
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manns 30+
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The Rapala DT series would be a graet choice
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well i would either pcik the series 6 by strike king or a bill dance deep diving bomber
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You could also use the bomber model A. They can dive pretty deep.
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What exactly does everyone mean when they say they have to fine tune these baits to get them to run true?...Do they mean they have to bend the bill or something?...thanks for the help!
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you don't bend the bill, just bend the line tie loop, in the oposite direction if the bait travels to one side. May also have to retune after catching a good fish.
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bend the eye where they tie their line. mine didnt run true but i still caught a 4lber
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If your lure is running to the left or right you will need to tune the bait by very slightly bending the metal ring on the bill
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when they say fine tune the bait it meas that they bend the line tie either right or left
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It is the line tie(not the split ring). If your bait is running more to one direction, take out your pliers and barely bend the metal piece where the split ring connects. If you are looking at the front of the crankbait, bend the metal piece the direction you want it to run to. Once it comes straight at you, stop bending.
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They are talking about tweaking the line-tie O-ring because the crankbait is either swimming to the left or right. This happens on many types of crankbaits, and is a quick and easy fix.
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what # is sexy shad??

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It comes in all sizes its just the color of the bait which can be found on the back of the package
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