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Pink

Pink

0.9 oz.

Model:
CNP

White

White

0.9 oz.

Model:
CNW

Yellow

Yellow

0.9 oz.

Model:
CNPY

Chartreuse

Chartreuse

0.9 oz.

Model:
CNC

Berkley's PowerBait Crappie Nibbles dissolve slowly, creating a scent cloud crappies can't resist! The perfect size for crappie hooks and small lures, PowerBait Crappie Nibbles are biodegradable and easy to use -- simply apply to jig or bare hook to enjoy a slab-spankin' PowerBait advantage. 0.9 oz. jar.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 66 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saved the day Me and my wife went to our regular honey hole.We usually catch a dozen or so keepers(hand size +) each time we go.This trip we weren't getting anything to bite,.No fish were playing around popping/splashing like normal either.The river was rising,and water temps were high.The fish just weren't in the mood. We used crickets for the first 4 hours with no luck..And for fun (because this stuff never works anyways right)...I decided to use the pink crappie nibbles on the tip of the hook with the cricket..Well wham! I caught a 1lb 2oz shellcracker,and she started getting fish too...when we missed a strike (because sometimes they took it under before we could get our slack up)we would reel it in to see the cricket still there,but the nibbles gone each time they hit..It seemed they weren't hungry,but had to hit the nibbles.They would not hit if there wasn't a nibble on there. They were slamming it time it hit the water.In the next 45 minutes we caught 40 or so fish between the 2 of us.We kept 18.We caught warmouth,shellcrackers,and bluegills,plus my wife caught a 2lb 5oz bowfin. It definately saved the day when the fish were obviously not active.Sometimes they do come off easy,but they worked great this day,and there are enough in the jar so I don't mind. I know nothing is going to work every single time..Fish can be finicky,but this is definately something I will keep in my tackle box. I have included 2 pictures.One with the the keepers,and the other is a pair of warmouth..The bigger one had a deformed mouth..The top of it didn't function,but he still had to hit the bait..lol July 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by best crappie bait on the market (in my opinion) great colors, great price, great scent, great ammount per package. i reccomend this product to every panfish fisherman ive caught small bass on it to February 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by No durability whatsoever. These have absolutely no durability whatsoever, but they work great. One nibble is good for about one fish. Other than the durability problem they work great! June 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by awesome for small catfish & panfish well i got first just cause i lived by a small river & i usually use some hot dog on a small hook & bobber. catch some small gills or baby catfish. i got these in the pink & chart. to see if they would work dwon here in socal. i tiped the pinck on a jig & started geting hits instantly! after i just tock of the jig & used them on a plain hook with a small split shot & caught a nice little cat along with some small gills. overall aswome for some a good time out. June 16, 2013
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for me the best color iv been using is the pink or chartreuse. but every lake & river is different so you might have to do a little bit of experimenting. overall all though id go with the pinck to get started.
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The neon green chroma glow crappie nibbles.
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pink or chartruse.
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from my experience it really doesn't matter. i use the glow chartreuse the most.
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lite wire panfish hook 2 or 4
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i just put them on my jig heads/plastic bodies. i usually use a 1/8th oz head with a #2 hook.
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these are for panfish
get eagle claw or gamakatsu asthey are the top brands
get a nice average size hook
go more small than big
i am not the guy understanding the sizes they confused me i just meant to order small hooks and i belive i just ordered real big ones.
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well i wont know til the shipment arrives
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I use them with arkie jigs and Gamakatzu jig heads, sometimes 1/16 and sometimes 1/8 ounce. Don't fool with cheap hooks as the nibbles come off easily.
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I mainly fish for panfish.I use a #8 eagle claw lazer sharp hook with my set up.
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I use these with a 1/32 oz jighead. The hook is the perfect size and the jighead does not allow the fish to swallow the hook too deep.
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I like to use size 6 hooks all i do is put one on and the panfish attack it.
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Use bluegill hooks and just a normal size bluegill hook really.
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I always use a mustad long shanked cricket hooks Size 8,6 or 2
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Use the Wally Marshal Crappie Hooks.
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go as small as possible, a prefer a 8 or 10 size octopus hook, or a trout egg hook in the same size, just make sure that the hook is the same color as the bait if possible.
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