What is it?
Spro’s newest crankbait, the Fat Baby John 50.
What does it do?
Tears through shallow water, across laydowns and around stumps seeking out bass.
How do I use it?
Like you would any small shallow-running crankbait, in and around shallow cover. This one’s light, at 3/8-ounce, so light line and a limber, medium action rod are best for tossing it.
What sets it apart?
This diminutive crankbait is designed to run from just under the surface to two feet deep. It’s got a built-in hunting action thanks to its wide bill that makes it dart from side-to-side on retrieve. It’s also silent, which makes it deadly in clear water or in high-pressure situations. As with all Spro baits, the hooks are super strong and sharp Gamakatsu.