Bandit Lures, the makers of quality and innovative crankbaits, has added the Bandit 250 Series to its already popular crankbait line-up. Due to its weighted chambers, this rattling mid-range true-tracking crankbait is perfectly engineered, allowing the bait to stay in the strike zone longer. The Bandit 250 is a third larger than the ever-popular 200 Series with a new lip design to help it reach depths of 12-14 feet. Whether you're a pro or a weekend angler, the Bandit 250 Series Crankbait can help take your fishing to the next level. Land it… with a Bandit.
Click on the Product Video link below the image to see Bassmasters Elite Series Pro Greg Vinson discuss the Bandit Ledge Series 250 Crankbait.
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Comments: Very pleased with these baits. The colors were what drew my attention to them. I bought a metal flake shad and natural shad. Been doing quite well with them along the dam at my local lake.
From: Caleb: IN
Comments: Nice bait. It has a good action and takes it down deep. I set this up along a Spro Fat Papa 70 to whack them in the deeper waters.
From: Joey: Phoenix, AZ
Comments: Did anybody order the rootbeer? These are great baits that won't break the bank. I only use Bandit and Spro crank baits
From: mark: Spokane, WA
Comments: I purchased 2 to try and was very pleased with the product. First day out cought 8 fish on the Charteuse Fleck. The crankbait ran true all day. This is the 1st time I have used Bandit crankbaits but was impressed. I was able to get the bait down to about 13' on ten pound test.
From: Fishbell: Fort Mills, SC
Comments: Generally I think Bandits colors/patterns suck. I find them to cheap looking especially in the face of so many "real" designs out there now. I am however VERY pleased with these lures. They have some new colors that seem to be a real upgrade (in the 250 and other sizes too) as well and this is a nice fat lure, and upgrade in size. I am very excited to toss this lure out. I am glad Bandit is doing some upgrades and making some great changes !!! Keep up the good work.
From: Pskirner: Cleveland, Ohio