Gear Review: Spro RkCrawler 50

What is it?

Spro RkCrawler 50

What sets it apart?

The RkCrawler 55's little brother has arrived. Designed with a wide wobbling action and a giant lip, these baits are created for exactly what the name implies — banging around rock and sandy gravel in hopes of causing that deflection bite that bass can't resist. Available in eight colors. 

How do I use it?

If you are in an area with a lot of hard rock and are targeting 5-9 feet, then that is what this bait was made for. Designed on Table Rock Lake, this bait is made for hitting things and wobbling while it does it, making a commotion under the water that will get the attention of the bass. 

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Angler’s insight:

A slightly smaller size than the original RkCrawler is more than welcome for those who fish smaller waters. If you fish around boulders and hard cover then you know this type of crankbait is perfect for the occasion. Weighing 5/16 instead of 1/2 ounce of the 55, it's the perfect profile for that smaller crankbait bite but maintains its toughness for all the rocks you are about to run into. Getting a bite off a deflection is one of the most fun ways you can catch a bass, so why not try out a bait that was built for it?