Charlie Brewer's Slider Heads - Crappie
Use these Anytime!
I started using these 12 years ago and they are great for use with the 4" Caterpillar lures texas rigged. They absolutely let a softbait do its motion and they fall slower, giving ole bucketmouth a longer look. I have caught many bass just by waiting and not reeling. Your lure will cast easily, scoot over and through weeds and although you'd think the light wire would cause you to lose a big fish they actually bury their points easier than larger hooks and hang on for dear life! Even if you have to toss them (as they get mangled!)more frequently, you'll be grinning at all the fish you'll be boating in exchange! I have caught up to 21" largemouth, 18 inch smallmouth and all sizes of pickerel, blue gill and perch on them. Great softbait product!
June 19, 2007
I have been using these over 30 years.They catch crappie bass and bream on any kind of water.Just put it where they are and you get bit.I use the 1 1/2" slider in white mainly but I also use the 4" worms in cold water and when the bite is slow,I fish the small slider tail down.I use a simple loop knot to tie these on.
March 5, 2014
more than just sliders
I use these as soon as the weeds start to grow thick to get in where the crappie are, in the thick dark weeds and trees.love the differnt colors, and useing the heads on 2.5'' gulp minnows along with the crappie sliders.No one can go wrong haveing these on the lake.
June 28, 2011
There are great but are light and don't cast far. they are great for grubs, again just make sure the worm is not fat because the gap on the hook is not large
May 28, 2010