Strike King® Mr. Crappie® Crankbaits
- Deadly when cast or trolled
- Complete with premium hooks
- Free-floating rattles
Strike King's Mr. Crappie Crankbaits displays a tight wiggling, rattling action that would entice strikes even on a slow slab day. Other features include lifelike eyes, a small bodied profile and free-floating rattles. Effective on bass, too, when bites dictate a downsized crankbait.
Mini 3: 3/16 oz.; dives 4'-6'
Series 3: 1/4 oz.; dives to 8'
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Crappieslayer26 Great Crankbait At my local lake here in iowa it is loaded with panfish and this crankbait is perfect for trolling. It dives to the perfect depth and will catch you lots of crappie and big bull bluegills.I caught this slab crappie and 9 others and 8 big bull bluegills and others. I caught other bluegills and crappie but they weren't worth bragging about. I caught my limit that day. It will also catch bass occasionally. June 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cshinert crappie killer great mini , midnight black, hit a school it was one after another February 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigPops Very productive The first time out, this lure caught fish 4 to 1 over another proven performer. My fishing buddy wishes he would have bought one too! September 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by littlefisherman97 best ever i live in so-cal and i am loving this, i have cought over 100 since i got this, and i am going to get me alot more of them June 27, 2012
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Details:I see where the 3/8 oz slab hammer's max fishing depth is 8', Just watch a fishing show using same lure was fishing 17' of water. Just wondering, to get lure down that deep, one must troll at a faster speed?
A:Try trolling with lighter line and fluorocarbon. No stretch and cuts water better.
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A:You'll need to add some added weight to the line to get it down to that depth. Get some of the clamshell style weights and attach them about 12" to 16" up from you lure. Another option is to use a Carolina rig with a heavy enough weight to get the lure down to that depth you'll have to experiment to see what its going to take to get it down to the desired depth. If there was no added weight on the line on the TV show you watched it could have been that the fish where stacked up at 8' depth even though the water depth was 17'.
A:i have caught multiple bass, bluegill, pumpkinseed, crappie, ect. in a murky pond in my back yard with pink glitz
A:Size 8 treble hooks and 2" long
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