6th Sense Snatch 70 FRS Lipless Crankbait
Built with a (FRS) Faint Rattle System, the 6th Sense Snatch 70 FRS Lipless Crankbait is designed to tempt bass with just the right amount of strike-provoking noise. In addition to it's perfect rattle volume, the 6th Sense Snatch 70 FRS Lipless Crankbait features a lethal vibration that attracts bass holding in grass, around rocks, and in open waters. The 6th Sense Snatch 70 FRS Lipless Crankbait is also capable of covering all levels of the water column by simply varying the retrieval speed. Internally, the 6th Sense Snatch 70 FRS Lipless Crankbait is equipped with a precise weighting system that produces long distance casts and an enticing shimmy on the drop. Complete with razor-sharp VMC black nickel treble hooks, the 6th Sense Snatch 70 FRS Lipless Crankbait delivers the perfect amount of auditory attraction that will make bass bite without spooking them.
|Snatch 70 FRS Lipless Crank||2.75"||5/8oz|
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Comments: This is better than any other lipless crankbait I've tried down here. They perform flawlessly and have the perfect rattles and shimmy action to call the big ones when you're working around scattered grass. It's also the most effective trap I've used for searching the grass beds because it rips through them so well.
From: Turnt: Okeechobee, FL 2/28/14
Comments: WOW!!! I'm enthralled. These are by-far THE BEST lipless crankbaits. I purchased the Chrome Shiner and I literally can not put it down. So many giants on it and I've had it for a week... Perfect for ripping through sparse peppergrass or scattered hydrilla. Definitely buying more.
From: DBag: FL 2/28/14
Comments: If you're in TX you should be throwing this in the brown eye special color. It's an old discontinued Bill Lewis color that 6th sense was smart enough to bring back to life. Great job 6th sense.
From: Tim: TX
Comments: Great colors, great action, great hooks, and a good price. will buy more
From: Kevin: Lake Charles
Comments: Really good lipless bait, like they say, not too loud but not too quiet
From: Steven: Detroit