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Squarebill crankbaits #14088835 08/09/21 05:18 PM
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fJYvBhuQ7_I[/video]


Anyone that knows me knows I’m a HUGE squarebill fan! This video just scratches the surface but I think there’s a lot of good content here. Please like & subscribe to my channel if you enjoyed this video.

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Re: Squarebill crankbaits [Re: James Biggs] #14088927 08/09/21 06:31 PM
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good video.. never seen a black blue crank before! I've often wondered if color schemes that are good on soft plastics translate to moving baits. It obvious that you think so if you will pay somebody $50 to paint them up!
thanks again
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Great video. Awesome dog.

What lake is that?

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Re: Squarebill crankbaits [Re: James Biggs] #14089055 08/09/21 08:13 PM
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Another good one. Thanks James.


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Re: Squarebill crankbaits [Re: James Biggs] #14089208 08/09/21 10:13 PM
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Great video James.

Re: Squarebill crankbaits [Re: James Biggs] #14089222 08/09/21 10:26 PM
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Nice video. Are Lucky Craft CBs your go to?


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Re: Squarebill crankbaits [Re: WLBDallas] #14089296 08/09/21 11:19 PM
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Originally Posted by WLBDallas
Great video. Awesome dog.

What lake is that?


It’s a little west Texas lake. That’s all I’m saying lol

Re: Squarebill crankbaits [Re: ReelSlow] #14089301 08/09/21 11:20 PM
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Originally Posted by ReelSlow
Nice video. Are Lucky Craft CBs your go to?


Lucky Craft are absolutely my go to for years. I’m working on a prototype that might be my new favorite.

Re: Squarebill crankbaits [Re: James Biggs] #14089554 08/10/21 02:18 AM
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James, do you (usually) choose the silent square bill cranks?

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James, do you (usually) choose the silent square bill cranks?



I use silent almost exclusively in warmer water with a fast retrieve. In the cold water(under 50 degrees) I run rattling.

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I had a couple of RC 1.5's painted black with blue metal flake and a little chartreuse on bottom and wore the paint off of them!

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James, if you were going to recommend a balsa or two what you say(small, medium, large, xxl)? Something neutral for all north tx lakes. What sizes/color if you were going to buy two? It's pretty wild when you look at their website, and it's basically open to anything your mind can imagine. lol
$50 is a pretty steep purchase, but I am intrigued to try them. I do fish Rayburn mostly. Thanks!

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