What is it?
Spro’s Big daddy crankbait; a fat, wide-wobbling number that’s surprisingly silent.
What does it do?
It does the deep-diver thing without the racket.
Why do I need it?
To catch fish in that 10-12 foot range.
How do I use it?
Tie it on a longish (7-0 to 7-6) cranking stick and heave it out toward deep structure.
What sets it apart?
Elite Series pro Russ Lane designed this bait to be silent as to not spook highly-pressured fish. It’s also got a nice, wide wobble and diver to 12 feet on 10-pound line. It’s also not going to wear your out as the bill is designed for smooth, easy cranking.