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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Duck View Post
    Was the spoon bite down last summer from what it had been in previous years? IT seemed liked more and more people were using crankbaits last summer in stead of spoons.
    I won't speak for anyone else..... but no. Our spoon bite was INSANE INSANE INSANE!!! We did run cranks on Dipsy's a lot, even when the board line were hitting spoon fish as fast as you wanted to catch... always hoping to pull some bigger fish on the cranks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsbob View Post
    The Bandit comes in both deep and shallow styles.I do not have any of the shallow bandits and not sure if can use behind a dipsey.I know people run P10 behind dipseys though.The reason you dont run a diving lure behind a dipsey is because the crankbait can pull the dipsey downward.That would affect the dive curve of dipsey,would have to increase tension on release arm to negate that pull and cause tangles, because the crank is pulling down a dipsey that is set to run to the side.
    We run shallow and deep bandits behind the Dipsy's.. we never really have to adjust the trigger for the deep cranks, but I agree, the increased pull of the bait may have some effect on dive curve. We play with the leads a lot, but once we find a range that works, we'll leave it.
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    What size Bandits are typically used? I see they come in 4-3/4", and there is a B Shad thats 3-1/4". Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzle View Post
    What size Bandits are typically used? I see they come in 4-3/4", and there is a B Shad thats 3-1/4". Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
    I see this thread seems to have migrated to another one, but anyway.... the 4-3/4" Deep Walleye Bandit is the one everyone is using.... both shallow and deep divers.
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