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Black Blue Fleck

Black Blue Fleck

4"

8

Model:
HVMCF4-BBF
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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

8

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HVMCF4-GP
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Louisiana Bug

Louisiana Bug

4"

8

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HVMCF4-LB
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Green Pumpkin Blue Flake

Green Pumpkin Blue Flake

4"

8

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HVMCF4-GPB
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Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

4"

8

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HVMCF4-WMC
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Smokey Green Pumpkin

Smokey Green Pumpkin

4"

8

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HVMCF4-SGP
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Black Red Fleck

Black Red Fleck

4"

8

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HVMCF4-BLR
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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

4"

8

Model:
HVMCF4-WMR
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June Bug

June Bug

4"

8

Model:
HVMCF4-JB
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Designed by professional angler Bobby Lane, the Havoc Craw Fatty™ from Berkley® is a versatile "go-to" bait that makes use of some enhanced design characteristics. First, it has bigger ribs and a wider body for increased action and maximum disturbance in the water. Second, a thinner design in the plastic body contributes to flawless hook-sets. A great multi-purpose bait, Craw Fatty can be flipped, pitched, punched, used as a jig trailer, or rigged Texas- or Carolina-style. Made in USA.

  • Pro designed
  • Designed for increased action and maximum water disturbance
  • Great multi-purpose bait
Berkley Havoc Craw Fatty Softbaits 4.6 5 25 25
Really Great Bait! I bought this bait in the green pumpkin color and it worked great. This first time I fished it I caught a 2 pounder within 10 minutes of fishing but then I ran out of hooks and had to turn back. Then the next time I went fishing I caught a spawning 4 pounder within 10 minutes of when I started. This bait works great on a Texas rig for the spawn bite because it really looks like a formidable enemy for those big spawning females. Thanks Berkley Havoc Craw Fatty. March 17, 2012
My 4X4 Flippin' bait Other than an Okeechobee or Black/Blue Craw Fatty this is what you'll need....Good flippin' stick, sturdy reel, 65lb braid, 1/2 - 2 oz. tungsten weight, bobber stop and a 4/0 EWG SuperLine hook. If you want to get hung up a lot use a straight shank hook like the uh 'em "pros". With a straight shank hook the bait is at an "angle" and that positions the hook point to where it is just itching to pierce out of bait and grab any cattail, brush or weed stalk it can find. Here is the way to get the most from this bait as far as how you Texas rig it with 4/0 hook for flipping. Hook point into head, come out BETWEEN the 2nd and 3rd rib down, before you turn the hook and slide head up to hook eye SLOBBER up the shank and hook eye. As you turn the bait to slide towards hook eye make sure that you are not tearing it past that second rib. Re-insert hook between craw eyes. Now do NOT try to skin hook it. Pull hook point as many ribs back as you can and then bury hook down center of bait. As thin as this bait is there is no reason to skin hook it. NOW....ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PARTS OF THIS SYSTEM....YOU MUST USE A SNELL KNOT. You can find a great example on youtube by searching this exact phrase: " TacticalBassin How to Tie Snell Knots". No, I do not know this person. The reason for the snell knot is so that when you set the hook the weight will hit the top of the hook eye and make it "KICK" out resulting in an excellent hookup ratio. I flip side by side with other people using other rigs ie: straight shank hook, other baits, other knots etc all of the time. Flipping wood and brush I will get hung up once or twice a day. Others are getting hung up multiple times per day. Hence, the title "The 4X4 of flippin' baits. No, I'm not always in the front, we take turns. I am also catching more and larger bass. People complain about the durability. Well, first if you rig them as described they are tougher than most people are reporting. Personally I don't mind spending $0.37 per bass. I believe they aren't scented for 2 reasons. One, it would add to the cost and two you can use your own attractant. Mega-Strike. Also excellent Texas rigged and fished like a worm. You're welcome. February 28, 2014
Great bait for spawners This is a great bait for both male and female bass, prespawn or on the bed when fished Texas-rigged. March 5, 2013
Best Soft Craw on the Market These are absolutely the best soft craw available. You can flip or pitch them or a standard Texas rig is my favorite way to fish them. I have tried many other craws and yet I keep coming back to these. When I first purchased them several years ago I wasn't a fan and let them sit in my tackle bag. But after trying everything else out there this is the craw that has received the permanent spot in my arsenal. The only other craw that I carry is a Chigger Craw but I actually like these better. The profile of the bait gives flawless hookups and the action is great. I carry black/blue and green pumpkin/blue and I can cover any water with either of those colors. If I could only have 2 baits in my tackle bag this would be one of them. The head of the bait tends to tear up pretty easily and I normally can only get 1-3 fish per bait but at $3 for a pack of 8 I don't care. I easily have over 200 of these and I hope Berkley never stops making them. When times are tough on the water this bait has saved the day for me often. So action is perfect; colors are great and durability gets a C+; but again; at $3 a pack you can afford to carry a ton of these things. June 24, 2014
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Is this a good jig trailer?

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Yes, this is a great jig trailer. However, you will want to test this out in your area to see if the fish like the jig.

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I've had great success with this bait in highland reservoirs - watermelon color - both Texas rigged and as a jig trailer
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Absolutely BUT I frequently catch catfish while using them. I prefer to use trailers on jigs I can add the scent of my choice to.
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This or rocket craw?

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The Craw Fatty has bigger ribs and a wider body to increase action and trigger more bites, and the thinner design in the body will result in flawless hook sets. You can flip it, pitch it, punch it, rig it on a jig, Texas-rig it, or Carolina-rig it.

Flip it, drag it, pitch it, or punch it, the Havoc Rocket Craw gets the job done when money's on the line. Its incredibly lifelike profile complete with long antennae and six realistic legs only adds to its authenticity.

Both lures are great for Bass Fishing!

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You won't go wrong with either bait.
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The rocket craw may work better but both good bait
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would a 4/0 EWG be a good size
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I have had success using Owner Twistlock hooks in 3/0, 4/0, and 5/0 with these baits.
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I use 4/0 trokar EWG, its the perfect size
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Yes 4//0 or a 5/0 ewg
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You got it buddy, a 3/0 would work too but I prefer a Owner Twistlock 4/0 hook.
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Just great.!
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It has a pretty good presentation when its fished on a Caroling rig but it is much better on a Texas rig because the flapping arms on the bait seem to flutter much more with the weight being right next to it and dragging it down.
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I would think so because it is a multi-purpose bait.
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