A few days ago Franklin was arguing with me that there is no such thing as a good crankbait fisherman. I think he is wrong. There was a guy in our club a few years back that fished pretty much nothing but cranks, and always did well. He had some special tatics he used though, and I think that is the reason he did so well. I have done well when I found a crank bite, but there always seemed to be some wacky variable involved, like at Alamo, it HAD to be a small, deep diving chartruse crank. No other color would get touched. Another lake it was a deep diving crank in a craw color, you had to crank it down to about 10' and then fish it like a jerkbait. It was the only thing working that tourney, not even worms were getting bit. What do you all think? Do you think there is more to cranks than just tossing one out and hoping for the best? I do.