MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Mike McClelland Explains Fall Crankbait Options - Major League Fishing
MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Mike McClelland Explains Fall Crankbait Options
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MERCURY KNOW-HOW: Mike McClelland Explains Fall Crankbait Options

November 10, 2020 • Major League Lessons

Fall fishing means crankbaits, and no one loves cranking more than Mercury pro Mike McClelland. In this Mercury Know-How, McClelland explains that “fall” is actually three different mini-seasons, and explains which crankbaits he uses for each “season” of the fall bite.