Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 52
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigDawgBassmaster Versatile bait
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
Rated 5 out of 5 by JTplainfield2013 Bass Love 'em
I've caught more tournament keepers on Baby Paca Craws over the last 3 years than any other bait. I especially like the Summer Craw an Texas Craw colors. My go-to bait.
September 4, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by rude hollow
These baits are similar in shape and size to another brand I have used but these are hollow where my other ones were plastic all the way through. I think the solid baits are a little more durable, if you like the softer hollow baits these are for you. The design, action and feel are all good I just prefer solid baits.
July 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by oldukie catch the big ones
When I fish the craw I always catch at least four or more. I fish it on top of the water, skip it across the water to drive the bass wild. It works great when the dragon flies are skipping on the surface of the water.
July 9, 2013