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Charlie Brewer's Crappie Slider Heads are the favorite for many top slab hunters. The Crappie Slider Heads' weedless design means they are especially useful when chasing crappie in and around their favored habitat—in brush. Charlie Brewer's Crappie Slider Heads are outfitted with a size 1 hook and measure 1-1/2'' long.
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 would choose this hook over any other crappie hooks
August 2, 2006
Hello MountainMike: As Charlie Brewer explained it back in the 70's, no matter whether your fishing the Crappie Grub or the 4" slider worm for bass fish the lightest slider head you can get away with. If the crappie or bass are deep go to the next heavier head. Something they didn't mention in thier ads is you can shave off some of the lead on the slider heads to make them weigh even less depending on conditions. I've been using them for over30 yrs. now and swear by them. When they won't bite anything else throw a Slider and your in business!!! I've placed in several tournament using them. With kindest regards, Rick.
There is an actual bait called the slider. They come as worms or crappie jigs. Those are what they are made for and they work very well. You can also use any grub. Be creative and experement with them because we have all a preffered way to fish these.
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