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LFT Crankbaits #10625150 02/17/15 04:11 PM
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are any of you using the Lake Fork Tackle square bills?

if so, what your opinions of them.

Thanks,

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Re: LFT Crankbaits [Re: MillerTimeFishing] #10625166 02/17/15 04:16 PM
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I have one in the gizzard shad color. They are small! I've found it to be good as a really shallow diver or when the bite is tough. Just beware, it's nowhere close to the size of a 1.5

Re: LFT Crankbaits [Re: MillerTimeFishing] #10625440 02/17/15 05:48 PM
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I have used them the last year or so and really like them. As stated above they are smaller and more of a finesse square bill. But they are a great little bait and I'm sure you'll like them. If you have any specific questions about them let me know and I'll be happy to answer them for you.

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