Bass Pro Shops® Tournament Series® Incredible Craw
Sometimes the only way to catch a fish is to finesse 'em. For days like that, our down-sized 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.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DaveT125 Can't be beat! Use these as a trailer on a finesse jig in early spring to flip and pitch into bedding areas and hang on! May be the best combo I've ever used on cold water bass. I wish they made one with orange claws. February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by krak exactly what i was lookin for these are exactly what i was looking for! a smaller sized craw for pitching and flipping. i plan on using these as a trailer as well. you just cant beat the price. the ones i have been using are garry yammamoto and you can buy two of these bass pro versions compared to garry yammamoto, and still have change left over! you might need to trim a little of the tail off to fit some jigs properly! cant wait to use them! (to cold here yet) February 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by bigfoot12 An essential backup bait The Incredible Craw has a definite place on those days when bass are inactive and difficult to get to bite. A small craw will many times get that difficult to get bite. December 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by InfiniteLakes 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
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A:if they do, it is not listed online, i would suggest calling into your nearest store and asking a rep.
A:It has a solid body like a worm.
A:This craw does not have a hollow body like a tube. Body is solid.
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