Charlie Brewer's Crappie Slider Grubs
another great crappie catcher
i bought some of these in colors i couldn't get in regular grubs. the crappie slider is now another weapon in my arsenal for catching slabs. i used to favor just a few colors when crappie fishing, but have found that, on the reservoir i fish, color makes a difference. now i carry a variety, including multi-colored baits, to entice these speckled beauties! if you like crappie fishing (and eating) like i do, don't be afraid to try new tactics, whether it be presentations, methods or equipment. after 20+ years of slab hunting, i'm still learning.
February 14, 2010
Excellent search bait
Just started using these last year and am very impressed with the results. Before i'd use twister tails and tubes, but now I have another lure to add to my arsenal.
I fish these with a 9 ft. rod on a 1/16 oz. jig head below a small float. This way I am in control of the depth the lure is running. The longer rod lets me fish this at a greater depth without having to use a bobber stop. Plus I get longer casts for covering more water. I also fish this with a small spinner harness in murky water using a shorter rod.
This lure will catch any fish speices that eat other fish. Try them. You won't regret it.
April 20, 2008
the best, hands down
simply the best crappie bait ever invented. there is nothing else really like it on the market, the action when fished stop and go on a little 1/32 ounce jig is unbelievalbe. i catch more giant crappie on these than any other 4 baits combines. out fished a buddy using regular grubs like 10 to one. the boot tail is where its at
December 27, 2006
reading the basspro crappie info pages, I bought some chartreuse and
red to try in lakes of NE Florida. They caught more than the other
colors of jigs being used.
December 7, 2006