Glenn: Hey, folks, Glenn May here with BassResource. comand I am here today with my buddy, JustinKerr, FLW Pro. Also WON Bass and B-A-S-S and all. . . he’s upand down the West Coast. He’s a crazy phenom. You guys have got to – if you don’t know him– look him up. But we’ve been fishing here at Lake Havasuhere in November and we’ve been slaying themon this new bait I haven’t seen before. Justin has been privy to be able to use thesewhen they first came out. So, Justin, tell me a little bit about thesebaits here and how we are using them. What kind of rod and reel and the line thatwe’ve been doing here. Justin: Yeah, this is an Evergreen International,new Flat Force Crankbait. It is a flat-sided crankbait and it has acomputer chip bill which is very popular when,you know, when you’re using a flat-sided bait. And it is an extremely good bait. Like you said today, we’ve been catching themand it wiggles a lot. When you wind it super fast, it’s one of thosebaits that you can fish in different areas,different water columns, strike zones, different,you know, like, for example, like, a couplemonths ago, they were schooling in 25 feetof water and I’m out there throwing this thingin 25 feet of water. So, you know, I am running it between 10 and14 pound line, fluorocarbon. So, obviously, it varies on the depth. Today, we’re using a 10 pound line. Glenn: Right. I noticed it was getting down a little bitdeeper than that. Justin: Yeah, it will hit about six to eightfoot on 10 pound line and I’m using a CombatStick 71M – it’s a medium rod. And it actually says Topwater Jerkbait onthe rod but we use it for cranking a lot fora shallow crankbait. I find it working really good for a crankbaitbut it also does work for jerkbait and topwaterand then Daiwa’s seven to three reel. And it’s, I think, it’s important at fallthis time of year to keep your bait movingas fast as you can. So that’s just kind of how we fish it andit’s been an unbelievable bait. And, just, you know, couple different colorsI’ve been using. I don’t know if the camera can see them butthis is a Ghost, Wakasagi Flash, Cold Shadin chartreuse blue, but today, obviously,this color, I mean, it’s a staple everywhere. So it’s a fish-catching machine and we’vebeen catching them. Glenn: Yeah, fishing it really fast and givingit some hard jerks. It’s not pausing it, it’s actually rippingit really hard. And they clobber it when you give it thatquick change. That’s what triggers the bite. So sometimes, guys, it’s great. You can cast straight out and just reel itback in. You’ll get bites that way. But if the fish aren’t biting, you can forcethem or trick them into biting by giving iterratic action. In this case, we’re just giving it a goodhard yank every once in a while, randomly,and that’s usually when you get the bite. Justin: Yeah, we have some grass right nowso that’s the big key. And, like I said, we are using a little lighterline for the grass situation. We are using that 10 pound test. A lot of places, we can get away with 20 poundin the grass, but Lake Havasu is such a finessefishery that we’re using a little bit lighterline – that 10 pound – and we’re still keepingit moving and ripping it out of that grass. And a lot of times, like you said, the fisharen’t really feeding. They’re just sitting up in the grass and thisbait comes by them and it gets them. Glenn: And we’ve been hitting them. Of course, it’s the fall feeding frenzy. But I can see this working really well inthe spring and even in the summertime whenthey are in the grass. Justin: Yeah, there’s really no limit to thebait, obviously. And any bait in any situation, you got tokeep an open mind to fishing. So there’s not really – I’d say for any typeof baiting situation where this is the onlybait to throw – but, you know, year-round,I’ve seen this bait. I’ve been using it for about a little overa year now. Glenn: You have?Okay. Justin: Yeah. And we, you know, used some prototypes andstuff. So this bait, like I said, I mean, I’ve usedit. This summer was one of the best years I’vehad with it so it’s just a versatile bait. Glenn: Now where can guys get this?Justin: Tackle Warehouse, I’d say, is thenumber one. Anglers Marine, Tackle Warehouse usually carriesmost of our stuff or pretty much everything. Glenn: All right. Check it out guys, you’re going to like it.