Saturday, February 24, 2024

Lucky Craft LC DRS Crankbait Review Walker Smith Editor


Lucky Craft LC DRS Crankbait Review

Walker Smith Editor
Lucky Craft LC DRS Crankbait Review

A single internal rattle and excellent deflection properties make this a great shallow crankbait for bass fishing.

I’ve always been a big believer in experimenting with different-sounding shallow crankbaits. There have been many instances in which I’ve made a simple change in pitch and turned a terrible day into a great one. Why is this case? We’ll probably never know for certain, but I tend to think bass—especially the older, smarter ones—can become conditioned to the typical high-pitched rattling of most crankbaits.

I had a chance this summer and fall to fish with the Lucky Craft LC DRS Crankbait. The DRS stands for “deep rattling sound”, so I spent a lot of time testing its effectiveness during some excellent shallow cranking windows on my home fishery.

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