Wednesday, May 29, 2024

SPRO Fat John 60 Crankbait Review by Walker Smith

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SPRO Fat John 60 Crankbait Review

Walker Smith

An attractive hunting action and exceptional responsiveness make this an effective crankbait

Although I’ve been making a concerted effort in the past few years to improve my deep water fishing, I’ll admit—I’m always going to prefer crashing a crankbait into shallow cover. It’s been an addiction of mine since I was a young boy, which has allowed me to spend many years testing and studying the different design features of crankbaits. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; I’m a crankbait nerd and I’m darn proud of it.

One of my all-time favorite mass-produced crankbaits is SPRO’s Little John 50. That’s why you see it in a lot of my photos, videos and articles throughout the year. But lately I’ve been learning a lot and gaining a ton of confidence in its big brother, the SPRO Fat John 60.

This particular crankbait has several interesting aspects to it. I’ve spent a considerable amount of time fishing it on both large and small bodies of water with an excellent success rate. It’s not your run-of-the-mill squarebill, but it’s not neccessarily your traditional flat-sided plug, either. SPRO and John Crews have incorporated several features from each category in order to create a unique “hybrid”, of sorts.

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