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Heddon Tiny Crazy Crawler

   

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Yellow Hornet

Yellow Hornet

1-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Model:
X0320YRH
  • $7.49

  • SKU: 977990

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Put into motion and it's easy to see how the Heddon Tiny Crazy Crawler earned its name. Designed with two flapper blades that create a wild, crawling, water throwing action to lure in big game fish, the Tiny Crazy Crawler's extra strong and extra sharp hooks help you bring in a variety of game fish. Tiny Crazy Crawler lures are an excellent choice for bass, especially at night.

Heddon® Tiny Crazy Crawler 4.7 5 16 16
real good buy This is my favorite lure for cacthing large and small bass after dark. July 3, 2012
Great Little Lure Took this little lure out at the Quabbin resivoir in Massachusetts and had action on it all day long. Pulled in a nice 5lb Larry. Highly recommended! June 29, 2012
Crawl Before The Bass Pretty awesome little bait. It is so noisy making a "sploosh, sploosh "across the water and bass just hammer the poor thing. All I do is twitch as I reel in and pause every few twitches and then have to set my hook on some high flying bass. I would highly recommend this bait over a lot of top water since mimics a struggling bug or lizard on the surface. If your having trouble with the wings just bend them a bit back or twitch as you retrieve. April 5, 2012
One of my Dad's favorites. Still have several of my Dad's in my tackle box...must be 60-70 years old as well as some newer ones...they still catch fish. If good enough for Dad, good enough for me! Excellent night-time bait. October 18, 2010
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