Most crankbaits that dive 6 feet or deeper are designed to be retrieved on bottom where they make regular contact with rock and wood. The deflection caused by this contact is what often triggers the strike, but over time, lips get beat up and dulled, preventing the lure from hitting its maximum running depth. Timmy Horton shares an easy way to clean up those dulled lips and get used crankbaits tuned like new in just a few seconds.
Crankbait Lip Care for Max Running Depth
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