Super Versatile Bait
Here in South Carolina, we have plenty of different types of water to fish in and the Incredi-Craw one of my Go-To baits around here. It is one of the most versatile baits on the market. If you love to flip and pitch in grass, around docks or any structure this is the Perfect bait for you!
It also works great Texas rigged or Carolina-rigged. When the Incredi-Craw legs and claws flair up as you crawl it along the bottom they will entice plenty of hungry bass into your livewell.
There are plenty of colors to choose from for whatever body of water you are fishing!
Get a few packs for your arsenal and you will see why they are called Incredi-Craw!!
January 9, 2013
Best New Soft Plastic!!
Great Bait: Let me tell you these baits are so versatile! You can Texas Rig, Carolina Rig, Heavy Dropshot them or use as a Jig Trailer! They just will not be still in the water. If you want a little more subtle action pinch of part or all of the antanas. They work perfect for punching mats. They are slim and compact so they slide right throuh the thickest stuff. On the 4" I have been splitting the backside a little to make it a little thinner for better hooksets. You better Get You Some, if you don't want to get beat by them!!
April 4, 2013
The Incredi Craw is exactly what the name implies.... Incredible! It has so many different uses and can be used as a flipping bait, jig trailer, or even carolina rigged! The long tenticles add an extra flare to the bait but can easily be removed for a more compact look. The body of the bait also is molded to look like the shell of a crawdad! This bait catches fish! Be sure to give it a try the next time you head to the water!
January 5, 2013
best fish catcher
This is an incredible bait and is very effective on the new owner jig rig. It also is good on a carolina rig I prefer a shorter leader 16 inches give or take. In the throws of the cancer bug I don't get out as much, when I do I want a bait that will preform, this is my first choice! I haven't tried a way that doesn't work Shorten it put it on a jig, for some reason it is very effective always.
January 4, 2013