Wednesday, May 29, 2024

SPRO Fat John 60 Crankbait Review by Walker Smith


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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