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Sometimes the only way to catch a fish is to finesse 'em. For days like that, our down-sized Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Incredible Craw is the answer. The Incredible Craw is a superb choice for light line finesse rigging, or for the back end of a small natural-colored jig—especially in clear water. Incredible Craw sport incredibly detailed heads and are heavily salted and loaded with 8up™ strike-enticing scent.
Must have in your bass arsenal!
These are about the only trailers I use other than the Berkley "deuce". Then, there is the Gary Yamamoto "fat baby craw" at almost triple the price and one less per package.
These will save money and work great in lots of applications. Yamamoto products are quality, and their craw is a bit bigger which lends to more effective Texas rigging without a jig for punching mats and structure a bit better, but I find that BassProShops are the best jig trailers all-around!
Lots of colors. Buy them all! I am not kidding. I am always surprised at how I find a color and stick with it. Then, once I think I've exhausted the jig-n-pig for the day, I switch to a color I rarely use and switch to a skirtless-shaky presentation and the action picks up for me.
Pairing it with a StrikeKing finesse jig during the prespawn is my favorite method to use this bait.
January 16, 2012
The best craw!
The Incredible Craw is a must in my tackle box. It's by far the most life like plastic craw I, as well as the bass has ever seen and the results prove it too. I cut just a little bit off the tail and thread it onto a rattling jig as an awesome trailer. Unless there's a bass out there on a strict "no craw" diet you better hang on. Little short hops off the bottom are deadly with this craw trailer on a jig. I'm sure it would also be fantastic fished in other ways like a Texas or Carolina style worm rig
May 20, 2011
I like to fish these as a jig trailer or by themselves on a shakey head rig. You'll need to trim a little off the tail to make it fit on a jig properly.
March 1, 2011
Good jig trailer
This craw makes a nice trailer for a finesse jig. Body is a little bit long for the hook shank, so I cut 1/4" off the back end. Also used the craw with a spot remover. Rootbeer/green flakes is my favorite color.
September 27, 2010
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