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Flat Side and Balsa Cranks for Coldwater #14278310 02/08/22 04:04 PM
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Hey TFF,

I posted a video recently on Cold Water / Winter Time cranking flat side and balsa style crankbaits.

Hope you all are getting some time on the water!



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Re: Flat Side and Balsa Cranks for Coldwater [Re: James Niggemeyer] #14278337 02/08/22 04:25 PM
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Thanks for the video! These flat sides are great at certain times.

Re: Flat Side and Balsa Cranks for Coldwater [Re: James Niggemeyer] #14278347 02/08/22 04:34 PM
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Re: Flat Side and Balsa Cranks for Coldwater [Re: James Niggemeyer] #14278509 02/08/22 07:05 PM
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One of the best cranks for cold water is the Rapala shad rap-IMO. They are best fished with a spinning rod and light line.

They have a very tight shimmy and can be hard to throw but a couple of suspend strips can help some with that.

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