The John Crews Little John MD Crankbait is designed to run deeper than the original Little John at approximately 7-9ft. The body is the same as the original Little John, but the dive bill is plastic, longer and at a different, downward angle.
The Spro Little John DD "Deep Diving" Crankbaits take the winning Little John Crankbait formula into the dark depths. Spro and elite bass pro John Crews designed the Little John DD to dive down to an amazing 20 ft with ease.
The Spro “John Crews” Fat John 60 Crankbait is more than just a bigger and wider version of the famous Little John. It actually features a slightly different body shape, as well as, a different bill and line-tie angle.
Tournament ready right out of the package, the Spro Fat Papa Crankbait was designed by B.A.S.S. Elite Series Pro, Russ Lane. It delivers a wide rolling, wobbling action, and thanks to it’s razor thin diving bill, the Fat Papa easily descends 10 to 14 feet depending on the length of the cast and line size.
The Spro Little John Baby DD Crankbait was designed to be a smaller shallower diving version of his already famous SPRO Little John DD. It dives 10-14 feet depending on the length of cast and the line size, and also comes equipped with two premium Gamakatsu #3 treble hooks.
Bassmaster Elite Series angler, Russ Lane, designed the Spro Fat Papa 55 Crankbait for late fall and early winter when the water gets cold right through to prespawn.
Slightly smaller than the original Spro Fat John, the Spro John Crews Baby Fat John 50 delivers a highly-specialized action that is made for tempting bass in shallow waters.
The SPRO Aruku Shad JR does things no other lipless crankbait can. Uniquely made to lock on it's nose on the bottom, it is a great tool for bedding bass. Designed to run nose down, it is the most weedless lipless crankbait on the market. Super loud rattles. Gamakatsu hooks. The SPRO Aruku Shad JR is one of the best lipless crankbait on the market.
Designed to do things no other lipless crankbait can, the Spro Aruku Shad is uniquely made to lock on to the bottom in a nose down position during the retrieve - making it look like an actual feeding shad moving along the bottom.
Designed by BASS Elite Pro Mike McClelland, the Spro Mike McClelland McStick Jerkbait was made for the tournament angler. Boasting an incredibly life-like, durable finish, complete with etched scales and gill plates, the Spro McStick is also equipped with three (3) sticky sharp Gamakatsu #5 Treble Hooks for more positive hookups.
Designed with BASS Elite Series pro, Mike Mclelland, and built on the popular and effective McStick frame, the Spro McRip 85 employs a bigger bill to get the bait down into the 8-10ft range (on 10lb fluoro) - prime depth ranges for bass early and late in the season.
The Spro McStick 115 is the newest offering in McClelland's signature line of baits. It delivers the same fish catching attributes as the McStick 110 and 95 - now in a bigger size designed to attack the shallows.
The Spro “Mike McClelland” McStick 95 is a shrunk-down version of the original McStick 110. Aimed at bass that are looking for an appetizer versus a main course, it’s a perfect choice for those times when bass are keying in on smaller baitfish and/or heavily pressured.