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DanCampbell

Flat Sided Crank Bait Thickness?

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DanCampbell    10

Hello,

I am wondering what thickness of wood would be a good starting point for a flat sided crank? I think if you start too thin you would risk cracking the wood while drilling for the belly weight.

Thanks

Dan

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blackjack    7

I use various sizes depending upon the bait size, action, and application .372", .375", .42", .44", .46", .50", .75" and 1.00" I mill my own balsa from standard stock sizes

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