As expected, the longer the cast, the deeper the lure will run. A popular lure like the Bomber Model 6A, for example, runs at a maximum depth of 61/2 feet on a 40-foot cast, 81/2 feet at 70 feet, and 10 feet at 100 feet. Suspending models of crankbaits run a little deeper than buoyant models, but by no more than 6 inches. And they have the advantage of staying in the strike zone when paused by fish-holding structure like ledges, dropoffs, and submerged timber. Incidentally, an out-of-tune lure (see "Lure Bluffs and Blunders" on page 111) will never run to its correct depth. Nor will one that has the least bit of grass on its hooks.