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Crank Baits - Ontario Angler

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Guide to Ontario Fishing and Crank Bait Techniques
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J.P. DeRose 


Rods

   Spinning
   Casting


Reels
  Spinning
  Baitcast
  Spin Cast

  Float


Hardbaits
:
  Crankbaits
  Minnow Baits
  Jerk Baits
  Top Waters
  Jigs
  Spoons

Soft Baits:
  Swimbaits
  Soft Plastics
  Top Waters
  Minnow Baits


Wire Baits
  Spinnerbaits
  In-Line Spinners
  Buzzbaits
  Chatter Baits


Terminal Tackle
:
  Hooks
     Trout
     Bass
  Jig Heads
     Football Jigs
     Darter Head Jigs
     Tear Drop Jigs
  Weights
     Bullet
     Bell
     Drop Shot
     Split Shot
     Egg
  Snaps / Swivels


Line
  Monofilament
  Braided
  Fluorocarbon

Crank Baits

Crank baits come in many different shapes and sizes although most cranks are short, flat, fat and round. These baits have tight wobbling actions that usually dive fairly deep. Crank baits come in various sizes but most are in the 3-5 inch range. Cast crank baits to structure such as rock piles and submerged weed beds. Bang these baits off the rocks and rip them through the weeds to entice aggressive fish to strike.  

 

How to
Catch Them!

Walleye

Smallmouth Bass

Largemouth Bass

Northern Pike

Lake Trout

Salmon

Muskie



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