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Thread: Trolling Crankbaits in MO

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    Default Trolling Crankbaits in MO

    wondering if any of you fellas have tried this method on any of the lakes in missouri. i know they do a lot of this down south and i see no reason why it wouldn't work here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamr
    wondering if any of you fellas have tried this method on any of the lakes in missouri. i know they do a lot of this down south and i see no reason why it wouldn't work here.
    What is the average size of the fish? We have a pretty good average size fish down here, and I think that is what makes it possible to use this method for some bigger fish. But, if the fish are fairly small, it may not work all that well for you. Unless, you try to get some of those smaller crankbaits.....

    A lot of people down here use the Bandit 200 and 300 series I think. If the fish are smaller in your neck of the woods, maybe try a little smaller crankbait and go for it.

    I would say try it anyway, you never really know!

    Good luck!
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