The Evergreen Combat Crank is the bait that put Evergreen International on the map, and perhaps one of the finest crankbaits available anywhere in the world. It encompasses everything a premier crankbait should, including ultra sharp Gamakatsu hooks, great finishes, and a perfect pitch rattle system - all in a finely tuned package. Evergreen International is one of Japan's premier tackle company. Hard to find outside of Japan, they have still become world-renowned for their high quality baits that have been proven to out catch competitors offerings.

The Evergreen Combat Crank 120 is the shallow to medium depth crankbait in the Combat Crank Series. Also a great choice for fishing from the shore, it delivers a tantalizing wobble, and also generates excellent deflections. Like a lot of high-end crankbaits, the Combat Crank 120 features a tungsten weight transfer system for increased cast distance. Unlike the competitors, however, the Evergreen weight transfer system actually transfers the tungsten weights all the way to the back of the bait - to achieve the absolute maximum distance possible during casting. It also allows it reach the absolute maximum depth during the retrieve, all while keeping the bait perfectly balanced. Available in a variety of detailed colors, the Evergreen Combat Crank 120 is a new arrival to the US, and sure to make a dent in the bass populations in the 3-4ft range.

Evergreen Length Weight Depth Class
Combat Crank 120 2-3/8" 7/16oz 3-4ft Floating

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Customer Reviews

Comments: This bait really kicked some @#$ for me, caught 12 bass on it in 2 hours!!! It really surprised me and is worth every penny I paid for it!!! I plan on buying a few more. Just like the other review says change your hooks out after a few times out with one of them. I did lose two huge bass because of the stock hooks.

From: Brian: Akron, OH

Comments: Im one of the guys that has been fishing EG baits for a few years now. They sure do rock. Throw one into your cart and try it out. If you dont like it, sell it on Ebay. You WONT be putting it on Ebay. If funds are low, save up. Buy ONE color that you think will work in your area, and give er a go. Keep an eye on the hooks, if you have big fish, you will wanna change em

From: meatwad: sellin baits

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