Storm Arashi Flat
A threat to fish anytime it is near water, the Storm Arashi Flat delivers a tight wiggling action that puts off a great flash and a healthy vibration. Equipped with a durable circuit board lip, the Storm Arashi Flat features a self-tuning line tie that gives it a free-moving action and keeps it tracking true at all times. The hook hangers on the Storm Arashi Flat are both rotated a full 90-degrees. This helps produce a better action, reduces hang-ups, and allows for larger hooks to be used. Equipped with a loud multi-ball rattle, the Storm Arashi Flat delivers a variable pitch that alerts ambushing bass to its presence. Offered in a wide range of fish-catching colors, the Storm Arashi Flat will put your culling system to the test.
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Comments: I am a Strike King fan. Almost exclusively. I have to say that I'm completely blown away with these Arashi crankbaits. I picked up a few just to try because I liked the idea of the self tuning line tie & the circuit board lip. Now I have several colors in all depth ranges. This Flat 7 is unreal. Took it out last weekend & I caught 16 fish with this bait in bluegill off a grassy point.
From: Jordan: Canton, IL 6/29/16
Comments: I actually bought this CB by mistake when I ordered a few Arashi Deep 10's a few weeks ago. This is an awesome swimming lure!! I threw this lure around rocks & docks & it swims as good or better as the Spro Little John or Bomber Flat A. These Storm CB's are one of the best values in the $8-$10 range. Pick up a few; you will be very pleased. I know the smallmouth will crush these in Early Spring.
From: John: Knoxville, TN 1/11/16
Comments: Awesome bait. I own almost a dozen of these, and haven't had any "tuning issues" others have mentions. Baits seem pretty durable all around. No chipping, bent trebles, broke bills etc...Trebles are a little on the small side, but hold on pretty tight. Action is definitely a tight wobble as described. I look forward (hope) they develop a true 15'+ diver along with the addition of a longer length model to exaggerate the wobble.
From: Scott: Montgomery, AL 3/18/15
Comments: Recently purchased the arashi flat and square bill. Love the square bill but I can't get this one to run straight. It runs hard left every cast. I have changed rods, lines, and retrieves and just won't work. I must have gotten a bad egg or something but disappointed in a $9 crankbait.
From: Kevin: Augusta, GA 12/11/14
Comments: Have waited for ever for a Slim deep PC lip crank .This thing is going to be the best Crank to ever hit the market . I don't like there fat cranks just not to good to me . But these are awesome , you buy these you will be very very happy with you purchase . Have hunted and looked every where for one made like this , never could figure why these had not been made??? Storm Arashi Flat???? Great bait.
From: Kevin: Johnson, KY 3/14/14
Comments: I had a 2 pound Guadalupe bass bite on the first cast that i ever threw with this bait. Had 3 more bites on it with one being a 5+. The hooks could use improvement but I fell in love with this bait quickly. Great action and great durability.
From: Donald: TX 3/16/14
Comments: Not the best casting crank but it is been very effective in 50-52 degree water.Nice to have a crank that goes deeper than 6' but not quite 10'.
From: Marty: Watsonville, CA
Comments: A local retailer had these available in stock and I decided to buy a few since the Sqarebills worked well. Worked this bait along the edge of some Tree tops in 7 to 18 FOW with good success (10lb Copoly) facing some tough post-frontal conditions. Nice smooth wiggle. The bill takes the abuse. It goes through cover well too. There is a weight transfer system in the bait (not noted)and works so-so. The Flat spun wildly if I tried to really heave it.(2 mph wind) Also, I could burn the bait without breaching, just like the Squarebill. All in all, a good crank for something different to show those Bass. Should of made the Squarebill rattling and this one(Flat) silent.
From: Rusty: Texas, where else?