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May 27, 2019

H20 Rampage Crank | Musky Lures | Cory Allen - In The Spread

"Gentlemen, behold!!!!...."


The H20 Rampage Crank, the best crankbait you probably haven't ever heard of Roger Watters basically has turned this body style into a variety of sizes and lip designs from shallow bill to deep running with weight screw inserts, and I've personally used them in the 4" and 7" sizes, this being the 7". 


I will personally tell you I'm a small crank junky from bass, walleye, trout, and musky world as well; a literal sommelier of the world of diving crankbait styles. It's a bit of a passion of mine.


The 4" Rampage with weight insert screws is a body design that I've personally trolled up to and beyond 8 mph, works amazingly as a twitch bait on a MH musky setup, and accounted for some serious fish this spring for me. The bigger ones in the 7" Shallow lip has one of the sickest wandering belly rolls you'll ever see, and works even better with the 3 way swivel blade integration than the Shallow Cranky Nitro model. 

But that 4" tho...


Recently smaller cranks have become more and more popular in the musky world, and none of them come close to the versatility and twitching meandering action of the 4" rampage. 


Now go bother Uncle Roger for some of these candies in his back pocket...


Tell him I sent cha.


-Cory Allen

In The Spread Fishing


Fish with me: http://itsmuskiefishing.com

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