REBATE Berkley® Havoc Craw Fatty™ Softbaits
- Pro designed
- Designed for increased action and maximum water disturbance
- Great multi-purpose bait
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by darrellt 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by serg1001 cant complain i honesly cant complain about this creature lure, i threw out a couple of days ago texas rigged down here at Falcon Lake and it gave me pretty good results… Fishing down here has been pretty darn difficult but somehow this lure changed everything. I started getting so many bites with it! my friend was with me but not catching anything until he finally told me to give him one of these! overall it is a great product with nice action on the claws and it produces nice bass! i even had a gar on it but it managed to get of the hook and get away! November 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Guy32 Jaw Jerked all day with these Gotta say the Craw Fatty has been my go to bait. Texas rigged this bait w/ excellent results. Only con about this bait is the claws are flimsy and rip off easy. You may get one or two good hit out of it before you have to change it out. However, those bites will be hogs. Overall, bass seem to love them...so I love them. July 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by RSM789 Great crawdad imitator It makes sense that this bait was designed by a pro angler, it solves alot of rigging issues with its design and truly looks like a crawdad when worked through the water. The flat, wide body can be texas rigged without being too bulky to get penetration on the hook set. Despite the bulk, its slim to wide shape pulls through most weeds & snags without getting hung up. Most importantly, I have found the fish hit it (& hard at that). July 14, 2012
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A: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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