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Old 02-05-13, 05:52 AM   #1
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Default WTB spro fat crank 20's

Im looking for any or all of your new or used spro prime fat crank 20's, love the baits but i cant find em anymore in stores or ebay.
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Old 02-05-13, 07:19 AM   #2
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http://www.lunkerbaytackle.com/index...chk=1&Itemid=1
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Old 02-05-13, 08:59 AM   #3
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iv seen that site before...is it trust worthy??
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Old 02-05-13, 09:08 AM   #4
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lunkerbaytackle is................
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Old 02-05-13, 09:38 AM   #5
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Lets see south african rand with an exchange rate of .74 R93 is then about $68.82 each +shipping and possibly duty fees
Or it it just me small lc2 pointer about the same size imitate butter bean shad quite nicely,thought they were steep lol
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Old 02-05-13, 09:58 AM   #6
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about $68.82 each
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Old 02-05-13, 05:00 PM   #7
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I've got a couple of 30's but no 20's.
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I have 3 that are out of package but never been used
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i would buy them from you guys if your not using them? Pics? id like to have some 30's, how much do you guys want?
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That's a very generous offer, I will consider it, if not for the fact that these are almost impossible to find now, I would not hesitate
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..........crank tease.................
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That's a very generous offer, I will consider it, if not for the fact that these are almost impossible to find now, I would not hesitate
ok.... $45?

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Old 02-10-13, 04:33 PM   #15
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have you checked out the Salmo Boxer crank bait?
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have you checked out the Salmo Boxer crank bait?
iv seen the salmo's before but not that specific one. Have you fished it before?
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yea I like salmo Hornets and the Boxer both are good cranks I fish a lot of clear and stained water.
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Don't know if you have seen these or not, but they were made by SPRO at about the same time as the others that you have mentioned.

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yea I like salmo Hornets and the Boxer both are good cranks I fish a lot of clear and stained water.
are you using those cranks for bass? i thought they were for wall's and muskie?
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Don't know if you have seen these or not, but they were made by SPRO at about the same time as the others that you have mentioned.

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ahhh the prime 25's i have a few myself. i also have two of the blue and crome fat cranks, but they are on two of my crankin rods ready for pre spawn!
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Old 02-11-13, 05:48 PM   #21
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bass lures I have not used them for walleyes and northerns and muskies bite anything
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The most obvious thing when you see the Boxer for the first time is how well it is built. This is a big fish bait for sure. The smaller size has in the #4 is fantastic on smallmouth bass. The shallow running SR series IS NOT a -1 type bait, this lure runs at 3 feet. It has the advantage of being able to be fished very slow with the lure coming to life with just a turn of the reel handle. Ideal for cold water bass tactics.

The deep running Boxer SDR in a #4 is ideal for walking around stumps and along rip-rap shorelines because the lure swims almost vertical as it walks along the bottom.

When the hottest trend in professional bass fishing is to go with bigger baits to catch bigger fish, then the all new Boxer #7 is the perfect solution. This large profile lure is a mouthful and has proven to be ideal for working around wood or for running above milfoil. This lure is very buoyant, but even the shallow running (#7 SR) will run down to five feet on a cast. The key is versatility, if you slow down your retrieve; you can make it wobble just above the weeds in only two feet of water. Always use a snap or loop knot when fishing with this Salmo Lure.

Overall, most anglers are impressed with the way these Boxers cast. They are extremely well built, so anglers will be able to use them for years with great results. Casting or trolling, you will not be able to make a Salmo Boxer run out of tune, so when you are looking to “burn in” a crankbait or fish one in current, this is one lure that you will want to have in your tackle box this season.
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http://anglerswarehouse.com/spro-fat-crank-20.html

Never got anything from, them...... but it says they have them !!!
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Never got anything from, them...... but it says they have them !!!
im ordering them tonight..i wish the had fire tiger tho..
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