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Berkley, which has long been a leader in the soft-plastics bait biz, continues to make noise in the hard baits biz with its Dredger series of crankbaits.

A line of baits that range from 2 to 3 1/4 inches (weighing from 5/16th to 1 1/4th ounce), Dredgers have small, thin lead disk embedded in the bill that gives them an unusually steep diving curve. As a result, it allows smaller baits to attain more depth more quickly than most conventional crankbaits. The 2 1/2-inch Dredger can get down 15 feet and the largest will hit 25-plus feet.

Noisy, tight-wiggling baits, Dredgers have been adopted by late-summer walleye trollers who are often in deep water targeting fish that are suspended up off the bottom.

Dredgers are available in 28 colors. They retail for around $9. — Bob Gwizdz

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