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  • Late Summer Cranking with Brandon Palaniuk

    Late Summer Cranking with Brandon Palaniuk

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    This category of lures is a useful tool for catching bass that are in a mix of different depths, as they often are during the summer

  • Magnum Cranking Scenarios (Including a Favorite Winter Producer) with Keith Combs

    Magnum Cranking Scenarios (Including a Favorite Winter Producer) with Keith Combs

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    When fishing around submerged brush piles, the buoyancy of a crankbait can be the difference between losing several baits or having the trip of a lifetime.

  • Late Season Cranking with the G-Man

    Late Season Cranking with the G-Man

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    With craw patterns, I am always trying to make contact with the bottom and with the shad patterns, I want to be ticking the tops of the remaining grass

  • Mark Rose’s Cranking System

    Mark Rose’s Cranking System

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    Mark Rose has a well-deserved reputation as one of the best when it comes to using a crankbait. He is particularly lethal with a big crankbait on the Tennessee River system of lakes; but, he has had success with diving baits all across the country.

  • Deep Cranking Seminar | Tune in Tomorrow Night for Free

    Deep Cranking Seminar | Tune in Tomorrow Night for Free

    There are a couple of great FREE Navionics webinars that will help your fishing:| Wed, Jun 13 8:00 PM Deep Cranking

  • Deep Cranking Discussion

    Deep Cranking Discussion

    What deep crankers are you using?

  • Witch Doctor Tackle Introduces Innovative Cranking Rod

    Witch Doctor Tackle Introduces Innovative Cranking Rod

    Witch Doctor Tackle (Witchdoctortackle.com), a leader in the design, production, and distribution of premium, performance bass fishing tackle and equipment is pleased to introduce their new Kahuna Custom S-Glass Casting Rod.

  • Deep Cranking Lake Havasu in Winter

    Deep Cranking Lake Havasu in Winter

    Some quick tips on deep crank'n Lake Havasu with Tony Lain

  • Shallow Water Cranking for Fall Bass

    Shallow Water Cranking for Fall Bass

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    A great way to target bass during the fall that allows you to cover water quickly and also mimic the shad that the bass are feeding heavily on as they fatten up before winter is a shallow running crankbait.

  • Bobby Lane’s Classic Spring Cranking Approach | Countdown to the Bassmaster Classic

    Bobby Lane’s Classic Spring Cranking Approach | Countdown to the Bassmaster Classic

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    When bass are around the spawning period, Bobby Lane likes to focus on fish that are transitioning to spawning grounds as well as those who have finished. This and more on his 2017 Bassmaster Classic plan for Lake Conroe.

  • Year-Round Cranking with Braxton Setzer

    Year-Round Cranking with Braxton Setzer

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    Year-round, there almost always a group of bass in shallow water. One of the best ways to catch shallow bass is fishing a shallow crankbait or squarebill. FLW Tour pro Braxton Setzer shares his approach for each season when he picks up a crankbait.

  • Targeting Fall Spots with Lipless Cranks

    Targeting Fall Spots with Lipless Cranks

    Structure, Forage, Retrieve | Tips for Lipless Cranking

  • Deep Crank with Brandon Palaniuk

    Deep Crank with Brandon Palaniuk

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    During his years in pro competition, Palaniuk has learned the biggest difference between cranking out West in comparison to the rest of the country is the way the fish position themselves.

  • Fish Positioning & What They Are Keying On | Crucial Factors for Deep Crankin'

    Fish Positioning & What They Are Keying On | Crucial Factors for Deep Crankin'

    “The majority of lakes and rivers we fish back home are grass dominate - they will have a grass ledge, not necessarily a rock ledge,” said Palaniuk. “The Columbia River, for example, has rock bars and rock piles, but the majority of river systems have a grass ledge that will be home to lots of big fish.”

  • The Nuts and Bolts of Cranking with Hank Cherry

    The Nuts and Bolts of Cranking with Hank Cherry

    The line size he uses is strictly dependent on the water clarity and he will use from 12- to 17-lb CXX for cranking. “If the water is dirty, I’ll use 15- or 17-lb,” he said. “I don’t feel like I lose any action with that heavy line when using things like squarebills. I’ll switch to 12-lb only if the water is really clear.”

  • Justin Lucas on Post-Spawn Crankin’

    Justin Lucas on Post-Spawn Crankin’

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    Post-spawn bass can be tricky. The bass are recovering from the spawn and in a negative mood. One of the best techniques during this time of year is crankbait fishing.

  • Deep crankin’ and a dropshot: Two techniques for an Elite Series top-5

    Deep crankin’ and a dropshot: Two techniques for an Elite Series top-5

    The recent Bassmaster Elite Series event on Toledo Bend was one that both the pros and fans looked forward to when it was announced on the schedule. The lake’s reputation for giant bass and fact it had been fishing excellent over the past few years promised an event with big weights.

  • Tackle How-To: Cast, Crank and Cover #LTB

    Tackle How-To: Cast, Crank and Cover #LTB

    In this Lucky Tackle Box Video, LTB pro, Travis Moran, will teach you how to work the Lunar Lures' G-Force

  • Three Tips to Improve Your Shallow Cranking with Bill Lowen

    Three Tips to Improve Your Shallow Cranking with Bill Lowen

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    Lowen says that he will fish a shallow crankbait all year long, but the water temperature is the biggest key to deciding which bait to use. “When the water is below 50-degrees, a flat-sided crankbait excels because of the tight wobble.

  • Springtime Cranking in Clear Water Reservoirs

    Springtime Cranking in Clear Water Reservoirs

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    Bass will use these structural elements as staging areas on their journey. The great thing to remember about these kind of spots is that they have a tendency to replenish themselves over time as new groups of fish head for the bank. Keep in mind that once the fish have finished their spawning duties, they will once again use these locations as they migrate back to deeper water during the post spawn.