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Lucky Craft Inshore Crankbaits

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Hey People ,

Just purchased a bunch of these Inshore cranks (Cheap) I see the Inshore cranks

having heavier hardware then the standard lucky craft cranks , Is there any other difference In

the two Cranks.

Thanks Mike

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Mike, looking at the online catalog descriptions, it doesn't seem they are different from the freshwater versions except for the saltwater trebles and maybe a few different saltwater paint patterns.

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Hey Bob , Thanks , The salt water trebles are not as wide gap as the standard lucky

craft trebles and there $1 to $2 dollars more? The bait shop here had a big sale before

closing for the winter , I was able to get 25 baits @ $4.00 ea. Gives me a few more baits

to paint this winter.

Mike

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Hey People ,

Just purchased a bunch of these Inshore cranks (Cheap) I see the Inshore cranks

having heavier hardware then the standard lucky craft cranks , Is there any other difference In

the two Cranks.

Thanks Mike

Mike, I am a brand new member(today) . . . ol'school fisherman. I am rather ignorant. Where would one buy these inshore cranks? I googled inshore cranks and I find nothing listed for a website . . . I guess I don't understand or interpert your message completely?

remember I am a newcomer. You help would be very much appreciated! Mel "Oldlures"

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Mike I have bought the inshore baits before on sale also. There is a few more differences than just the hardware on them. They also have less internal weight than the freshwater models. I know this because I had some translucent pointers and compared them with my freshwater ones. If you put normal split rigs/hooks on them they will not suspend. They will just float up.......if you don't care about them suspending then all is good

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