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Trolling Cranks on Kab

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Any one do much Cranken on Kab. Any suggestions. Where, what cranks seem to work the best, colors. What to look for before you drop your crank in the water. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys

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Haven't done too much with cranks, but I have done a little, usually in the evening in areas where I pretty sure the eyes are moving in to. I generally use shad raps or reef ruuners in about 11-14 of water. There are some spots with a long gradual shoreline I will try trolling them on. There are also a few places where I'll cast them up to the shore. I've caught my biggest eyes on Kab using one of these two methods. I've only tried deep trolling a couple of times and didn't do anything. I know some guys troll wire line with deep cranks between Martin and Headlight islands and get a few. Hope this helps.

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