Strike King ProModel Series 10XD Crankbait
The Strike King® Pro Model Series 10XD Crankbait is an extra-large deep diving crankbait. At 6" long, the Strike King® 10XD can dive up to 25 feet on a cast and attract the biggest bass in the water. The size, depth capability and performance of the 10XD stand out amongst the competition and bring in the big bites from the baddest fish around.
- Extra-large deep diving crankbait
- Unique curved bill allows lure to track well when in contact with the bottom
- Dives up to 25 feet on a cast
- Big bait will bring big bites
- Length: 6"
- Weight: 2 oz.
- Model: HC10XD
- Strike King
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 19108156
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by PapaGoose This product is very well constructed Dives deep and stays deep making erratic contact with the bottom that creates reaction bites. The hardware components are strong and of good quality. I recommend a good lure retriever when using this lure due to its cost. Throw on a 7.6 to 8 foot medium heavy rod with large handle to handle the weight and pull. July 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MNIETO745 LOVE IT I LOVE STRIKE KING AND ITS BASS FISHING PRODUCTS. THESE XD CRANKBAITS ARE PHENOMENOL AND THE DICKS PRICES ARE ALSO NICE. THEY HAD THIS ITEM ON SALE WHEN I BOUGHT IT. AFTER BUYING IT I WENT TO THE LAKE A CAUGHT A 6 POUND STRIPER BASS August 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hawg Hooker Big Bait - Big Bass After seeing this bait win a big tournament, I really wanted to try it on some deep water structure. You are not going to get a lot of bites, but when you do, hold on. The 10XD is a heavy bait, so I threw it on my heavy action flippin' stick, 16 lb flouro & a 5.4 -1 reel. Surprisingly it is easier to retrieve than other deep diving crank baits on the market & the action is typical Strike King. The Bar Fish pattern has worked the best for me. June 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1CustomerHelpingAnotherCustomer Calls The BIG Dawgs From The Deep! This lure is VERY WELL constructed, beautiful and great looking colors, and a nice solid paintjob. This lure is short and Fat and is about 5inches long; the lure cast like a bullet- like for real (longer rod, farther casts, more eyes, more accurate casts, longer rod with a lot of eyes, the farther and more accurate your casts will be) I had a BIG fish follow up on this lure (easily over 40inches) on Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 5 things I like about this lure, 1. VERY SOLID CONSTRUCTION, from the paintjob to the lip and the sharp hooks 2. IT'S NOT A SUPER HUGE LURE so many different size fish can strike it, it's about 5inches long and Chunky 3. Has VERY GOOD WEIGHT to it- depending on the length of your rod, this lure will FLY when casted, 4. This lure DIVES EXTREMELY DEEP, great lure of choice for those warm-hot days where the BIG BOYS are lurking in the deep cooler water, 5. This lure gives off a VERY STRONG VIBRATION UNDER THE WATER, this vibration is so strong that your muscles in your arm will be sore from working this little hog. I hope this review helped you on your decision to pass or to purchase. June 13, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by MojoMagic Catch the ones that are deep. Great for finding those fish that are deep and don't see lures everyday. Also really good for wipers. April 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bigfish Go big! Get big Awesome big fish bait ! Easy to cast and gets down fast ! December 8, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Corey Really Deep Running! I have used this lure a couple of times. It truly runs deep. Have not caught anything on it yet, but it has been hit a few times. It says 25' but I believe it runs closer to 30'-35'. September 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by chatterbait. dives deeper than 25 feet. Casts a long way. Need heavy equipment to throw. Works great. September 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lefty44 Deep Cranking This casts like a bullet and retrieves straight and true . Great for fishing those deep points . September 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by xcross Great paint job Runs straight no tuning , out of the box and will make your arm weak real fast ! February 5, 2014