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A $60 value!
If it's not in this Bass Pro Shops® Crappie Kit, you don't need it to catch oversized crappies anywhere in the country! This crappie kit is packed with 430 premium plastic baits in all, including 100- 2" Squirmin' grubs, 100- 1-1/2" mini tubes, 45- 1" crawfish, 75- 2" minnows, 50- 2" Tripple Ripple™ grubs, and 60- 1" frogs. Plus, the kit includes 8- 1/32 oz. round jigheads, 8- 1/16 oz. round jigheads, 8- 1/16 oz. tube jigheads, and a Bass Pro Shops 360 utility box. Colors in kit may vary from image shown; sorry, specific color requests cannot be accommodated.
pick a fish
after first wkend of using it, caught 16in crappie (as per name), 2-13in catfish and a 19in largemouth.... the fish wouldn't stop biting. great kit... wish i had gotten it sooner. thanks wife!
October 12, 2009
you can alaways find a color that bluegill will like. i really like the selection that the kit gives you. the only disadvantage to the lure is that there are not enough hooks
August 10, 2009
Best Crappie Bait
I bought this and i haven't had to but any other bait to catch crappie. The brighter colored bait works the best but the minos are also good too. The jigs work great for crappie to. All of the bait does not only work good, but it looks good too.
July 27, 2009
Love this Kit!!!
Awesome selection of baits in here. I agree that there could be a few more jig heads in it, but I just ordered the painted jig head kit so it was no problem. I also would like to see a few safety pin spinners in the kit. I ordered those separately too though. This kit is great for the money and the baits last for several fish too. If you want a good assortment for panfishing, just get the extra heads and the spinners and you are pretty much ready to roll.
April 3, 2009
Try matching the lure color to the tint of the water. If that doesn't work, try contrasting to the water. When fish stop biting try switching to a new color this may cause the bigger crappie to start biting.
The best way I've found to use these jigs is to tie them on, cast them out and let them sink to the bottom. then, slowly pull up on the rod, allowing the lure to bounce off the bottom as you retrieve. With a little practice and patience, you'll be able to find that sweet spot and reel in some big crappie.
Another option is to bounce it slowly off the bottom by lifting your rod tip up a few inches and let it jig in place. This works best when fishing in heavy cover or off of a pier or dock.
In Rhode Island, I found the best colors were the oranges, reds, and golds--especially during late Spring/early Summer. However, with a kit like this, it's easy (and cheap) to experiment with different combinations.
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