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New Crank Baits! The Realistic Misty Minnow and Cranking for Silver Bass

We’re proud to announce the new crankbait series, the American Smelt and the Misty Minnow! Both style of crankbaits are hand-crafted to be lifelike versions of smelts and minnows.

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New Crank Baits! The Realistic Misty Minnow and Cranking for Silver Bass

They come in a variety of sizes and in 6 fish-catching colors:  Silver/Purple, Silver, Gold, Silver/Chartreuse, Silver/Blue, and Natural.

if you want to get your own Misty Minnows, or want more information on them, you can get them here:

Today we’re fishing the mouth of the Detroit River, at Lake St. Clair. We’re running the just release Misty Minnow crankbaits, as we fish for silver bass.

If you’ve never caught silver bass. They are a lot of fun to catch, and are very tasty.

Those Misty Minnows did a great job of catching those silver bass. Right away, in one our first casts, the Misty Minnow hooks into a silver bass immediately as it hit the water top.

The silver bass were definitely feeding top water today, as the water tops not only had swirls, but had a large amount of may flies on the survive which the silver bass were feeding off of.

We’re very pleased with the new Misty Minnows, we’re using the medium sizes today, as they dive about 4/5 feet, as the fish were fishing near the top of the water. The Misty Minnows do a great job as mimicking the look and feel of a real minnow.

You can catch silver bass from shore, though today we’re drifing along to cover a wider range of water. The winds are blowing us towards the mouth of the river, following along with the current.

We even landed a few double headers!

if you wanted to get your own Misty Minnows, you can get them here:

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Until next time, good luck and good fishin’!

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