Why You Should Fish Mid-Depth Crankbaits More

Shallow and deep crankbait fishing accounts for loads of fish, assuming they’re shallow or deep, but the middle depth range of 6-12 feet is being overlooked by a lot of anglers. So contends Elite Series pro Mike McClelland, who believes this is a missed opportunity for bass living mid-depth and feeding on both shad and crayfish. He helped design the SPRO Rock Crawler 55 specifically for mid-depth cranking, and shares locations to fish the bait, and how to retrieve it. It catches ’em real good on the likes of Table Rock, Bull Shoals, Grand and Beaver Lake. High definition underwater video of the lure working a rocky stretch showcase its appeal to bass.

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