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Length
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Bama Bug

Bama Bug

4"

8

Model:
HVMRC4-BBU

Black Blue Fleck

Black Blue Fleck

4"

8

Model:
HVMRC4-BBF

Black Red Fleck

Black Red Fleck

4"

8

Model:
HVMRC4-BLR

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

8

Model:
HVMRC4-GP

Green Pumpkin Purple Fleck

Green Pumpkin Purple Fleck

4"

8

Model:
HVMRC4-GPPF

June Bug

June Bug

4"

8

Model:
HVMRC4-JB

Watermelon Purple Fleck

Watermelon Purple Fleck

4"

8

Model:
HVMRC4-WPF
  • Designed by pro bass anglers
  • Cut tail-like claws
  • Generates intense vibration
  • Lifelike profile
  • Long antennae
Want to create a little havoc? The Berkley Havoc Rocket Craw was designed by the company’s top pro bass anglers. The Havoc Rocket Craw has cut tail-like claws that produce vibration unlike any other craw you’ve used. Flip it, drag it, pitch it, or punch it and the Havoc Rocket Craw does its job. Adding to its authenticity is its incredibly lifelike profile with long antennae and six realistic legs.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works! Looking for a craw w antennae & this did the trick. Clear water & it fooled a good smallie and Guadalupe bass March 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great bait I STARTED USING THIS BAIT ABOUT 5 MONTHS AGO AND IT HAS NOT LET ME DOWN IN CATCHING BASS. I USE THE BAIT TEXAS RIG STYLE, ON A JIG AND DROP SHOT WHEN I FIND BASS AT A CERTAIN DEPTH DURING THE HEAT OF THE SUMMER. I USE GREEN PUMPKIN PURPLE FLAKE AND WATERMELON PURPLE FLAKE. September 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good pruchase Good for the price, good choice of color and size. June 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Buy! I love Texas Rigging crawfish style plastics. It works extremely well down in here in south Louisiana. These are pretty durable which is a must in my book. The only thing I don't like is the bluegills really like picking off the legs and antennas but I guess you'll have to deal with that on pretty much all crawfish style plastics that have those. But it attracts strikes and thats what you want. April 10, 2013
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I've had great success fishing craw worms on a 3/0 Charlie Brewer Slider Pro Head jig. Cast it out and just swim it along the bottom super slowly. Stop it once in a while. Bounce it. Then resume the slow swim along the bottom. Bass dive bomb craws. It's a violent strike as they dig them out of the bottom.
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Lightweight c-rig
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Texas Rigged or Carolina rigged or probably the best. I prefer the Texas rig myself
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texas rigged or on a shakey head
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