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#11431005 - 02/22/16 01:44 PM 6th Sense Hollow Core-X Swimbaits
Ryan Somerville Offline
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Registered: 02/18/09
Posts: 302
Loc: Belleville Ontario Canada
Whats everyone thoughts on these swimbaits or there products looking at there cranks as well. I will have to order a bunch to save on shipping to Canada.

Thanks Ryan
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#11431019 - 02/22/16 01:49 PM Re: 6th Sense Hollow Core-X Swimbaits [Re: Ryan Somerville]
BoomBoom Offline
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Registered: 01/31/07
Posts: 2102
Loc: The Woodlands, Tx
I use both, the crankbaits and the hollow bellys. I really like the colors on the crankbaits. Have had success using the square bills and deeper divers.
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#11431020 - 02/22/16 01:51 PM Re: 6th Sense Hollow Core-X Swimbaits [Re: Ryan Somerville]
lipjerk Offline
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Registered: 03/04/09
Posts: 2197
Loc: Lantana,Tx
I know the 6th sense crank baits have a good following and I like mine, I have no info on the swimbaits.

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#11431089 - 02/22/16 02:11 PM Re: 6th Sense Hollow Core-X Swimbaits [Re: Ryan Somerville]
Outdoordude Offline
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Registered: 04/20/09
Posts: 2053
I don't know about their swimbaits but I have used their Crush 50X (squarebill) and their Crush 250MD (medium diving crankbait).

I have personally not done any good on the Crush 50X but I know that many have. I have done better with the KVD 1.5 but it may just be a confidence thing and I default to that one when I need to catch them. It's a well-built squarebill that performs as well as any going through the water and getting through cover; I just haven't been using it when they wanted a squarebill I suppose. It closely resembles the Lucky Craft LC 1.5.

The Crush 250MD acts a lot like a Norman Deep Little N in the water; they both have a similar tight wiggle but the 250MD's rattle is a little more subtle. I also think the 250MD dives a little (like, inches) deeper than the Deep Little N on average. I have done really well with this lure at times and it does a pretty good job getting through brushpiles (which tight-wiggle crankbaits aren't known for being very good at), probably better than the Norman.

All of the crankbaits I have gotten from them came with very sharp hooks that didn't need replacing right out of the pack. Split rings were all durable and the lures are all holding up well. All but one swam true out of the package, and the one straggler only needed a little tuning to get it right.

Good lures, worth a try.

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