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Heddon Crazy Crawler Lures

   

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Yellow Hornet

Yellow Hornet

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X9120YRH
  • $7.49

  • SKU: 252827

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Bullfrog

Bullfrog

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X9120BF
  • $7.49

  • SKU: 252828

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Glo Black Frog

Glo Black Frog

2-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
X9120PM
  • $7.49

  • SKU: 252829

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Put into motion, it's easy to see how the Heddon Crazy Crawler® got its name. Designed with two free-swinging metal wings that flap as they catch the water's surface, creating a half-swimming, half-crawling major disturbance. Fish see and strike the Crazy Crawler as an injured bird. The Crazy Crawler is effective at night. #2 hooks.

Heddon Crazy Crawler Lures 4.5 5 41 41
wierd little bait I'm not really sure what its supposed to appear as to the fish. It just works. Haven't had much luck with bass but for being small, it drives northerns CRAZY! I have A few different color patterns including one with a black and gold body with a white head. it had a problem with one of the blades sticking and not working properly because of it. but like any bait some modifying was needed. there's a little hump from the molding right under where metal wraps around to be attached. A little carving and it was ready. your tackle box is far from complete without one of these classics. January 29, 2009
Oh My.... what a lure Power with simplicity and amazing work but not for use whit vegetation in surface. Y have a lot of them. January 25, 2008
Glow in the Dark The Heddon Crazy Crawler # 24 is a excellent lure for top water night fishing on a good calm lake. # 24 has a glow in the dark feature that most people dont even know about. I was laughing at my fellow fishing buddy when he made the lure glow, but the laughing stopped when he netted 9 bass for a total weight 42 pounds. Now I have one, and one of every size and color ! My personal use has been very productive. Every angler who fishes bass needs this lure in his tackle. January 17, 2007
Heddon Crazy crawlers and crazy action I ordered several colors and sizes of the Heddon Crazy crawler lures. The red and white color has produced wonderfully for me ... next was the frog pattern .. but they ALL got hits in top water action. Exciting! The only reason I didn't give the lures a 5 is that one of the lures came with a malfunction of the "flippers" that we haven't been able to work out as yet. The flippers will stick in the down position often. But aparently it is not typical of the lures bcause all the others were fine. Great lure, great action .. WOW !.. fun to fish. Best action has been in the evening but I have hits all times of day. November 9, 2006
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i usually retrieve it just fast enough to make it wobble nicely. i also pause it from time to time for like 5-10 seconds. you could probably try a faster retrieve as well but i've had good success using my method. the fish cannot seem to resist this lure. i usually save it until i'm convinced that they're not biting anything else...
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the best way i have found is a very slow retrive.
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I'm thinking these loop knots would help you get more of a walking action...what knot is best with this lure?
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I use the trilene knot, loop knots would work great too though.
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i use palomar knot i have never had the palomar come undone or loose.
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what colour would work on a litlle back country farm pond in northern virginia
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frog pattern
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I'd go w/ a frog pattern.
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i really like the "Glo Black Frog" for night fishing, but the regular "Bullfrog" color would probably work great during the day.
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the one with a yellow belly. i reccomend the small one. (tiny crazy crawler.)
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I would start with the little bullfrog or black hornet to start with.
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i would recommend the frog color\
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The green one with the yellow belly...
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the bee colour
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Can change during a days fishing...let the fish tell you by trying varrying colors. I prefer this bait at night and in the dark colors.
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I would personally use a black frog color because fish in country will eat anything that's not bigger than them
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