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Already a proven producer on the tournament trail, the Berkley Powerbait Crazy Legs Chigger Craw's special design makes the arms and extra appendages flap really quickly. The speed of the Crazy Legs Chigger Craw when going down through the water column and the hyper-active, fast-action of the arms will draw that reactionary bite you're looking for! Try the Crazy Legs Chigger Craw on a jig, Texas or Carolina rig, or weightless--deadly!
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 64 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good craw bait for smallmouths Very good craw bait for smallmouths in rivers. I texas-rig them or carolina-rig them with an ewg worm hook. The only disadvantage is that the claws are not durable at all. October 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Catches Fish I've caught more bass on these things then anything else I have. I do use them more, which could be the reason, but they are great on a Carolina rig or Texas rig. I've seen people cut the segments off and put the top part on their Jigs and use the top part on Spinner baits. I never asked them if that works, but since they appeared to know what they were doing, I imagine they do. August 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gotta have em in your box I have been a creature bait fan for years, so when I use the Chigger craw I have confidence and this causes me to fish slower and this is how I catch more fish. May 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent bait Good bait, good price. Texas rig or use it as a trailer to your jig. I have experienced a lot of success with this product. Tight lines! April 13, 2013
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You can use on a shaky head, but the optimum motion is on on the fall not the twitch.
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its not a for use on a shaky head on it it will react good. but use a swim jig or try it all colors and ways to use it . shaky head work a bunch try it too .
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I have fished it a few times on a shaky head and caught a couple of fish. I seem to get better results fishing it on a worm hook. I do live in Colorado and fish colder water than you have there in TN though, so a shaky head may produce better for you.
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something with a lot of contrast: muddy water = black with blue fleck for me.
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Blue black
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go dark but try the middle. im not a pro but it works.
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I have been using the black with blue flake in stained or muddy water this year and I have done well with it.
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black, or closest to it.
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Use the black with blue flecks. They are easier for the bass to see in muddy water.
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Use the darker colors, and use a bead behind the weight. This makes a clacking sound that help Bass find the lure.
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all of them would work great.
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i like the black with either blue or red fleck in it, you can also use natural colors for instance watermellon red, oh and a good one to do is get green pumpkin color and dip the tails in chartuse die, it looks like a blue gill and fish tend to eat it better. i fish in a pond where the water clarity is only a couple inches, so use these colors and pick lures that displace alot of water and i guarentee you some big bass
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Wanting 2 save $$$ (don't we all) and wondering if the 4" would make a good lure and also a jig trailer
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I use it on a jig, but typically cut off a half inch of the body.
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These are all I use on my jigs, they work great. I also use them weightless and texas rigging.
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i buy these in black/blue specifically for my jig trailers. Ther are very durable, very very durable.
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I use 4" only, works great as a jig trailer and on a # skip gap hook.
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If you're wanting to save $$$$... don't buy these. They rip apart and the appendages come off VERY easily. You're VERY lucky if you get more than one fish per bait and sometimes not even that if there are bluegills nipping at them as they pull the appendages off in a heartbeat.... and there is only SIX in a pack.
Gets expensive quickly !!
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yes this lure is one of my go 2 baits it works as a trailer on a jig and a spinnerbaits it also works great alone but the hook size can be hard to mach the bait but if you get this bait buy all colers but some times fish don't want this bait
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that would work great.
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4" is the go too and it works excellent on a Jig
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GREAT FOR COLD WATER ON A JIG OR BY ITS SELF
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I use both sizes, the 3" as a jig trailer works good and the 4'' on a 1/8 or 3/16 ounce plain jighead works good too. My favorite is a 4'' Breen color , it's my ''go to'' soft plastic ..
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i haven't yet tried the crazy legs but the original chigger craw has baught me some good largemouth biggest so far being about 3.5 lbs and some smallmouth as well...so im sure this bait performs similar
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whats the best way to rig it?
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i would texas rig with a 1oz filpping wight
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Texas Rig, I'd recommend a Gamakatsu skip gap hook.
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i would get gamasaku or trokar heavy cover flipping hooks or get a ewg hook. depending on how you want to fish thats how you pick your weight. if you are fishing a depth range of anything less than 3/8 ounces and how thick the cover is and what type you are fishing. if you can find screw in weights that tends to work better cause they dont get hung up as much. if you are flipping matted grass, no matter the depth, i would use nothing less than 1/2 ounce weights depending on the thick ness of the grass. no when you get set up and are ready to go fishing, there are several ways to work it. one way is jigging it, hitting the top of the cover then letting flutter back to the bottom. getting a heavy weight and poping it up and let it fall real fast getting a reaction strike. you just have to be creative. hope these tips helped you out.
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TEXAS RIG PEG SINKER AND 20 POUND TEST OR BRAIDED LINE
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the way i fish it on a regular basis threw cover is weedless and with a 1/16 - 1/8 ounce "water gremlin" slip sinker
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I would rig it Texas style with a heavy weight.
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rig it texas style weightless
in mid summer this is my tactic and that of most fisherman and avid anglers while fishing cover thats heavy
tough to say much else sinc i dont know if you on a boat or pond or lake or etc
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Fish drop offs.
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Texas rig it with a 1/4 ounce weight and pitch it under docks you will catch a lot of bass on those hot summer days.
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i used a heavy Northland jighead, but if you are fishing cover i would use a weadless jig. I dont think the weedless barb will affect hookups because the bass that have hit mine swallow the whole thing
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Carolina rig is best for any softbait in heavy cover. the weight will sink to the bottom leaving the bait on top of the moss or grass which keeps the bait in view for the fish
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clear water green pumpkin Texas rig
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texas rig it or put it on a jig. the color matters on clarity.
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Texas style or on a jig. Color depends on time of day, water clarity and weather conditions.
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DONT GET CAUGHT UP IN ALOT OF COLORS BLACK &BLUE AND GREEN PUMPKIN IS ALL YOU NEED BUT LOOK AT WHAT YOU LIKE AND IT WORKS FOR YOU GO FOR IT.RIG IT ON A JIG OR TEXAS RIG .
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I use a 3/8 oz shakey head, with rattle, imitates a feeding crayfish. I prefer green pumpkin
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the best colors are natural kinds of colors, like the watermelon, anything green or brown and some browns with a tint of red. I rig it on unpainted weighted jigheads and just run the hook straight through the middle of the bait so it comes out fully exposed
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i got the darker blue color and caught fish in spring on the regular chigger
it was a cold early spring day and i fished it weighless
got a total of 3 largemouth bass biggest close to 3 lber
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try to use something that looks as close to the submerged plants you will be fishing around, or just try a natural craw color, the green pumpkin on an xps tube head, rigged almost texas style worked really well for me
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cinnamon purple fleck is the best color
rig it with one of those weedless hooks that have a small point thing attached to the ring of the hook that you use to stap the front with.
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i use the watermelon and the blue flake the most depending on water color certain time of year the cinnamon is unbelievable, i love to flip them a lot weightless, but the are awesome jig trailers, and great on carolina rig
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i usually choose my colors based on water clarity. in the clear waters i usually stick with the watermelon or a green pumpkin. in darker water i will opt for the blue or cinnamon red. on rigging it the sky is the limit. my favorite is on a light jighead to give the natural gliding action of a crawfish returning to the lake bottom. but another popular method would be texas rigged with a pegged weight for pitching. im a big fan of having two rigged one on the light jighead for rocky structure the other on a texas rig for pitching in the occasional downed tree that i come to. i almost forgot another top method for fishing this lure is on a dropshot rig. hope this helps you out. tight lines, probassfan
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do u rig it weightless with worm hook or with jig trailer ?
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both just do both and see what works. I use jig head and work it or you could just trailer it both are great. i would trailer it looks better to me.
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I use it Texas rigged
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texas rig it, put it on a plain jig or use it as a bass jig trailer.
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i use a weighted hook put straight through the bait so it comes out the back and just bounce it off the bottom of the river or a sandy shallow area in a lake
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i like to rig weightless with gamakatsu ewg worm hook texas style
and i am also from MD baltimore and i have has success with the regular chigger craw in ponds during early spring
also i just caught a 7 lber fishing a pond in columbia
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I use a wide gap jig head. 1/16 oz. or so. Get it to drop off deep water summer mode.
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I used it as a trailer on a jig.Put the hook thru the end of the body as far as you can before it comes back thru the body and push it up on the keeper.
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the possibilities are endless, its a really good product, if you can try them all, you will get good results, but i rigged mine on an xps tube head, and cut em down slightly to put em as trailers
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weedless hooks all the way or a brightly colored jighead with a long hook
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I use this texas rigged. I have the 4inch craw and use a 1/8 ounce bullet sinker. The slow fall drives bass nuts. Flipping it into grass and laydowns is awesome but today i had most luck dragging it. drag about a foot. pause...twitch a few times and repeat...good luck and good fishing!
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i flip this bait alot in that case weightless , but i also love to carolina rig it in the rivers and lakes i dont think there is a bad way to use it. but i have caught more big fish weedless and weightless . good fishing
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