New John Crews Designed Crankbait from SPRO!

Virginia Bassmaster Elite Series pro John Crews likes to crank shallow water. Spring, summer, fall, or winter, it doesn’t matter, because he feels there are situations all year long that are conducive to casting a shallow-diving crankbait and reeling in a bass.

Having fished all his life, he’s tried hundreds of different crankbaits, and you’ll find more than a few one-of-a-kind homemade lures in his box.

“The guys who do the homemades can play with bill angles and weight and the buoyancy of the wood and other things,” Crews said. “They can tinker with each one until they get it just right. The dive angle, the wobble and everything is perfect.

“The only problem with a lot of them is that you can’t cast them very well, or very far, or in wind. And they’re sometimes not very durable.”

So he teamed up with Spro to create a “production homemade” crankbait. They named it after him, and called it the Little John.


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