Fisher's Choice™ Crickets

   

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2.4 oz.

80

Model:
4124

1.2 oz.

40-50

Model:
4122
  • Recommended by acclaimed anglers Roland Martin and Jimmy Houston
  • Ideal for any fish that feeds on live bait
  • Unique packaging locks in juices
  • Soft, moist and appealing—just like live crickets
  • Enhanced with natural scent attractant
  • More casts per cricket than live crickets
  • No need to carry a cricket carrier, no cricket escapees

Recommended by acclaimed anglers Roland Martin and Jimmy Houston, Fisher's Choice™ Crickets are conveniently packaged with a two-year shelf life, so they’re ready to tempt when you’re ready to catch. The unique packaging keeps the Crickets fresh by locking in their natural juices, ensuring they remain moist and appealing, just like live crickets. Unlike live crickets, which only survive a few casts, Fisher’s Choice Crickets are a little more firm than live crickets, which means more casts per cricket. Fisher’s Choice Crickets also offer the extra advantage of being enhanced with natural scent attractant to drive any cricket-eating-fish to strike.

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Almost as good as real crickets My wife and I enjoy catching and eating panfish such as redear, bluegill, sunfish, rockbass, etc....and our absolute favorite bait for these little fish are crickets... Sometimes it's hard to find live crickets, but this Fisher's Choice Crickets if the next best thing... If you hook them in the side by the leg they stay on the hook pretty well (There is a video of how to hook them if you want to look it up. Just type in "How to hook Fisher's Choice Crickets".)... The only thing is that after you open the can, they MUST be used within a couple of weeks, or they "go soft", and are then pretty much worthless for keeping on a hook after that. May 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great backup bait Use a #6 or #8 hook. Fisherschoice.com has a great video on how to hook them and wax worms onto the hook. They are small baits but work great. I keep them on my boat for when we run out of live bait or someone knocks the bait overboard. It works great with grand kids. April 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by its good well, im more of a lure fisher man but i saw a pro on tv using this stuff so i drove to bass pro shop and bought a can. drove to a park lake (never catch anything but bream) i used these and caught two bass! id deff use this product again! April 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Have not tried yet ease of use and shelf life durability,convience, availability August 26, 2011
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ive only used this one time but the two fish i caught were large mouth bass
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On pond bass, yes. I would try the Fisher's Choice Superworms on a drop-shot rig for river and reservoir bass.
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nice question
you can catch largemouth with these
just the other day I used a live grasshopper and caught a 7lber
yet these are more gonna getcha crappie panfish such as bluegill and maybe some googley eyes
but largemouth will get em to
great baits really I have seen this brand work wonders on tv and will catch you a variety down any local pond lake river or just bout anywhere
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