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In the late 1980's Mike Mceallen Champion Walleye fishermen and Infisherman  magazine did some of the first underwater tests for crankbaits to see what they were really doing underwater that was all part of that time when the 3:80 reels hit the market low and slow was the deal which does make sense because you have to throw a lure 100 to 120 feet to get it to dive to it's maximum depth general rule of thumb and very few people can throw lures that distance also what they found was that if you reel to fast your lure can have the opposite affect and begin to rise.

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