6th Sense lures?

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6th Sense lures?

Postby jerkbait22 » Sat Jan 07, 2017 6:16 am

Anyone have some feedback on 6th sense lures? Heard some good things about the crush 50X squarebill but they have really expanded their line up recently including topwater and swimbaits/glide baits.

Really like some of their colors, just wondering if any are worth checking out aside from the crush 50X.

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Re: 6th Sense lures?

Postby NJ Jigman » Sun Mar 12, 2017 9:05 am

I bought quite a few baits from them before they blew up. mostly the wannabe 110's. I had them custom paint a bunch in my favorite retired and near impossible to find mossback color which are really nice. Quality stuff for sure. Give'em a try

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Re: 6th Sense lures?

Postby antisaint » Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:36 pm

The crush flat 75x in baby bluegill has been a really good spring
Largemouth bait for me !!!!!

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Re: 6th Sense lures?

Postby Texas-Rigged » Sun Apr 09, 2017 1:49 pm

Yeah that crush flat crank is $$$! I've been using it for awhile now.
Movement 80 wk(wakebait)
Dogma (Topwater)
Speed Glide 100 (jointed swim/glide bait)
Snatch (rattletrap)
Crush 250 md (mid-diving crank)
Provoke(jerkbait)

These are all in my lineup and I use the wake,topwater, and the Swimbait in the salt weekly. 6th Sense makes a great product with some awesome paint schemes.


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