NetBait® Baby Paca Craws
I fished these after trying all my "go to baits". Water temp. was 53 and thought to cold for craws to be out here in Mich. I saw a couple turtles and decided if warm enough for them maybe the Baby Paca would work. It was fantastic. I literally tried to drag it away from fish and they kept hitting it. One bit me 4 times before I finally hooked up. All of the fish were small males but am confident that it will catch big ones too. I fished them on a stand up 3/16 oz. shakey head. The action of the claws on the fall is the trigger that attracts the fish.
May 10, 2014
This is one of the best baits out there and the action of the claws draws big strikes. I have caught a 12 and couple of 8's on this already. My advice is go out and get you some and hold on.
April 3, 2014
I use these when fishing jigs as tailers. There is no doubt that these increase the number and length of strikes.
March 10, 2014
I use Baby and Tiny Paca Craws for a number of applications. It's a great bait to put on a jig as a trailer. The pincers and claws move and flap with the slightest of movements, so it's most often used for more active bass or for warmer waters. It's also a great trailer for swim jigs worked slow or fast. It's flapping action is a little more subtle than Strike King Rage Craw/Chunks, but more action than Zoom Super Chunks...good when you want something in between. As a standalone plastic, it can be rigged Texas with bullet sinker or Carolina rig. I use the various sizes of Yum's Pumkin' Ed stand-up jigheads to either flip into cover, or downsize to the Tiny Paca Craw on a lighter jighead for finesse presentations. The one feature I like most is that on a stand-up jighead the claws float up in a defensive position even though the bait is scented with salt and anise...ingredients that usually make plastic baits sink. It's also has a hollow body, which is good for inserting scent pods or rattles.
December 17, 2013