Spro’s Little John MD in new craw colors.
It looks like a crawfish (crayfish to those north of the Mason-Dixon) and acts like a crankbait.
When crawfish cranks come to mind, many anglers think of river smallies. However, largemouth in Florida will slam a craw crank in the right conditions. The Little John MD – craw or not – will dive 7 to 9 feet.
Like any old crankbait, but ideally where there are lots of crustaceans on the menu.
The finishes make these cranks some of the most realistic craw-looking baits you’ll come across. Plus, the hooks are sticky-sharp Gamakatsus. The colors are: Blue Grass Craw (pictured), Rusty Gold and Fire Craw.