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Megabass "FX Knuckle 60"

Megabass "FX Knuckle 60"

 
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Megabass "FX Knuckle 60"

Lure Make & Model

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Use:
Freshwater
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MSRP ($):
21.99
The Megabass FX Knuckle 60 is an innovative shallow-diving crankbait featuring an adjustable square bill. Utilizing Megass’ advanced FX lip technology, the lip has two position settings that deliver different running depths and different actions. With the bill positioned up, the Knuckle 60 dives a little deeper - down to 5-feet, and produces a wider wobbling action. With the bill tilted down, it runs a little shallower with at tighter wobble. The Knuckle 60 also channels water between the lip and body in a sort of “water intake” system, which provides the bait with added stability so it doesn’t roll over at high speed like other square bills tend to do. Available in a range of proven Megabass colors, the Megabass FX Knuckle 60 Square Bill Crankbait is as good as having two crankbaits tied on at once.

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4.8
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5.0  (1)
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4.0  (1)
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Megabass FX Knuckle 60

The Megabass FX Knuckle 60 is really like getting 2 crankbaits in one depending on how you place the lip of the bait. Put it down and it dives a little deeper, keep it up and it runs a bit shallower...you decide which way to use it on any given day. This thing casts like a bullet allowing you to get it way out there for the spooky fish. I have used the lure both ways (lip up and lip down) and it has been effective both ways. The finish is actually pretty tough unlike some other Megabass offerings.

At 21.99 per lure, this is an expensive lure (if you consider it to be actually 2 baits in one it makes the price a bit easier to swallow) and will not be for every one. If you are looking for Megabass quality and craftsmanship, give this one a look. And just tell yourself that is it actually crankbaits.

User Info

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

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Its like 2 lures in one, awesome colors, Megabass quality
Cons:
Pricy
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