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Megabass "S Crank"

Lure Make & Model

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Make:
Use:
Freshwater
Lure type:
MSRP ($):
18.99
Engineered and perfected by members of Megabass' prostaff, like Luke Clausen, Edwin Evers, Chris Zaldain, and Randy Blaukat, the Megabass S Crank was designed for one thing –winning. Honed to a razor's edge over two-years, the Megabass S Crank features a patented design that generates an erratic wobble and a wide hunting action that moves laterally off-course, but always returns back to center.

To lessen hang-ups, the Megabass S Crank is built with a high-buoyancy and a precisely shaped square bill that helps to keep the razor sharp trebles from snagging. Available in a number of professionally developed colors, the Megabass S Crank delivers tournament-grade performance that serious anglers can count on to tempt bass in shallow waters.

Megabass Length Weight Depth
S-Crank 1.2 2-1/3" 3/8oz* 4ft
S-Crank 1.5 2-1/2" 1/2oz 5ft

*Packaging on 1.2-size may say 1/2oz, but actually weigh 3/8oz as per Megabass.
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Megabass S Crank

The Megabass S Crank comes in 2 sizes, the 1.2 and the 1.5, this review will specifically be about the 1.2 size. At 2 1/3" and 3/8 ounce, this squarebill crankbait will cast like a bullet against the wind or with the wind. Designed to run about 4', this bait is absolutely devastating in cover. It is built to not get hung up, but bounce off of cover. This is when most of my strikes have occurred. Bass can't seem to resist seeing this thing deflect off of cover. With it's nose down attitude and high buoyancy, no cover is safe from this lure.

At 18.99-19.99, this lure is not cheap. Megabass quality comes at a price, and I for one will pay for a quality bait. The finish in my opinion could be a bit more durable, but all in all it is worth the price. Do not just pass by this lure without at least giving it a try.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Performance, style, wide choice of colors
Cons:
Pricy, finish durability
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