Bass Pro Shops® Cajun Critter™

   

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Bubble Gum Chartreuse

Bubble Gum Chartreuse

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-290

Black Hot Pink

Black Hot Pink

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-297

Pearl Sparkle

Pearl Sparkle

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-182

Glow Chartreuse

Glow Chartreuse

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-23

Watermelon

Watermelon

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-171

Red White

Red White

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-242

Red Chartreuse

Red Chartreuse

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-243

White

White

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-01

Chartreuse Pepper

Chartreuse Pepper

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-136

Pumpkin Chartreuse

Pumpkin Chartreuse

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-248

Chartreuse Sparkle

Chartreuse Sparkle

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-124

Louisiana Craw

Louisiana Craw

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-575

Crawdad

Crawdad

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-292

Black Chartreuse

Black Chartreuse

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-251

Smoke Sparkle

Smoke Sparkle

2"

14

Model:
YCC15-116
  • Resemble crickets, grasshoppers or crawdads
  • Ideal for bream, crappie, and bass
  • Pulsating tail entices bites
Our Cajun Critters are designed to resemble crickets, grasshoppers or crawdads. However you see them, these little 2'' Cajun Critter grubs go like the dickens and catch bream, crappie and bass like crazy. Pulsating tails work hard to entice the bite. Cajun Critters also make a great little trailer for the Crappie Spin™.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 46 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by the answer I spend a month every year on Lake Champlain and have used the Cajun Critter for the last two years. It is the most consistent crappie, perch and bluegill lure I have ever used. January 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bass Pro Shops® Cajun Critter Review Call it the "Crappie Killer". We love the action on this cool little lure. Great on its own or used as a trailer. With 14 in a package, we found it a great value for the money. August 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great action This little critter is perfect in clear and some cloudy waters. July 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great grubs Love these grubs they are tough an last longer thanks for a great product July 2, 2013
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How many are in a package?

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There are 20 in a package.
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There are 14 per package.
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what size jighead

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I use a 1/16th
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We had success using a 1/32 oz. jig head with a #4 hook.
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1/16oz is my choice
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Usually 1/16th.
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32nd oz
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1/8 or 3/16. I fished weedless over crappie beds, same size.
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1/100 oz
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1/32 oz. # 8 hook 1/32 oz. # 6 hook
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any thing from a size 1/32oz to maybe a 1/8 but always try to go light, i personally would go 1/32 oz. it stays in the strike zone longer but if you a catchin too many small fish or you want to fish deeper or you need to cast further, go larger
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well a minimum of 1/32 oz. I use 1/16th oz and the max I would use is 1/8 oz unless you are fishing very deep or in wind then the max would be 1/4 oz
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