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Fred Hall Long Beach Show: Part 1 - Freshwater Coverage (continued)
 

Lee Sisson: Lee Sisson was showing a new weedless crankbait design at the show. This patent pending lip guard system creates the first ever truly weedless crankbait. The design makes use of two distinct elements, the first being a wire that you thread your line through before tying on the bait. This wire protects the lip keeping debris from hanging on.

 


A weedless crank?

The second are weedless treble hooks which use a fine wire that protects the hook point from grass or timber but still collapses easily when fish bite down. The weedless design creates the first ever truly weedless crankbait and is available on a dozen of the most popular Lee Sisson wood lure models. These baits are available now and will retail for $14.99 each.


Lee Sisson puts wire guards all round


The bait features a PCB lip

 
Balsa is still a great material for cranks, and Lee Sisson has now updated this old design with modern features

Wordens: Wordens is another brand within the Yakima bait company just like Lee Sisson lures. At the show Wordens showed off their latest cedar crankbait, the Poe’s Competition Cedar. These baits feature new “poly-tech” lexan deep diving lips that utilize a unique shaved cutting edge for quick dives.

 
Worden's goes big

These baits are designed to cover the 10-20 foot depth ranges with their hand-crafted blend of tradition and technology. Because the lure’s still make use of cedar they feature an attractive slow rise action and strong vibration and sound when deflecting off structure. The Poe’s Competition Cedar baits will retail for $7.99 each, and are also available now.


Check out the long and unique diving lip


This lure is designed to deliver slow rise action


Zander checks out the new bait

Next Section: A Plastic Worm that can hold 10lbs!

 

 

   

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