Luck ''E'' Strike Fighting Craws
What does a real craw do when threatened? He fights! Up come the pincers…which makes the Luck “E” Strike Fighting Craw the most realistic trailer ever. Its plump, high-floating claws perfectly emulate a defensive posture. Slurp!
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassfishin22 catches fish everywhere I bought these at Bass Pro in Foxborough,Ma and saw theses and bought the with some jig heads. I put them on the back of a strike king jig or rig them with a jig head. The bass really like the black widow color. October 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by hml31 Fighting Craw This bait is like magic in the river. When you find a flat run it across it. This bait has brought me back to using a craw. The only thing that I wish is that they had more colors. March 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by dahamma best craws I've ever used So life like when they hit the bottom those claws come right up! easy to use with a 1/2 oz jig! The kids are catching bass just by casting these craws and letting them sit on the bottom ! I bought a 3 yr supply just in case they stop making them ! They are a little expensive but for the extra few dollars they are worth it. July 21, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by stone7 great action great craw for bouncing along the bottom. You can stop it and lets it own action take over, or twitch the line and give it a little somehting extra. Short hops bring the claws down, which then rise back up after it sits. You can drag it with success too. multiple sizes make it useful for different situation or applications. Add a rattle for that little somehting extra. April 29, 2010
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A:The last answer is great. Also, try fishing these on a stand-up jig head and dragging this across the bottom. The stand up jig head will help to further the natural fighting position of this craw and by dragging it along the bottom, you will mimic the normal movement of the crawfish.
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