NetBait® Baby Paca Craws

   

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Kentucky Special

Kentucky Special

4"

9

Model:
NB35298

Natural Craw

Natural Craw

4"

9

Model:
NB35299

Hot Candy

Hot Candy

4"

9

Model:
NB35300

Sun Perch

Sun Perch

4"

9

Model:
NB35306

Toledo Special

Toledo Special

4"

9

Model:
NB35309

Potomac Blue

Potomac Blue

4"

9

Model:
N35358

Coosa Special

Coosa Special

4"

9

Model:
N35319

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

4"

9

Model:
NB35008

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

4"

9

Model:
NB35009

Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

4"

9

Model:
NB35223

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

4"

9

Model:
NB35225

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

4"

9

Model:
NB35242

June Bug

June Bug

4"

9

Model:
NB35005

Black Blue

Black Blue

4"

9

Model:
NB35056

Alabama Craw

Alabama Craw

4"

9

Model:
NB35131

Summer Craw

Summer Craw

4"

9

Model:
NB35219

Watermelon Craw

Watermelon Craw

4"

9

Model:
NB35256

Okeechobee

Okeechobee

4"

9

Model:
NB35266

Black Neon

Black Neon

4"

9

Model:
NB35015

Crawfish

Crawfish

4"

9

Model:
NB35246

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

4"

9

Model:
NB35247

Watermelon Spice

Watermelon Spice

4"

9

Model:
NB35127

Green Pumpkin Candy

Green Pumpkin Candy

4"

9

Model:
NB35233

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

4"

9

Model:
NB35265

Pearl

Pearl

4"

9

Model:
NB35022

Rootbeer Pepper Green Flake

Rootbeer Pepper Green Flake

4"

9

Model:
NB35011

Bama Bug Red

Bama Bug Red

4"

9

Model:
NB35277

Table Rock Red

Table Rock Red

4"

9

Model:
NB35044

Texas Craw

Texas Craw

4"

9

Model:
NB35280

Hardy Craw

Hardy Craw

4"

9

Model:
NB35291

Magic Craw

Magic Craw

4"

9

Model:
NB35293

Watermelon Magic

Watermelon Magic

4"

9

Model:
NB35294

Green Pumpkin Magic

Green Pumpkin Magic

4"

9

Model:
NB35295

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

4"

9

Model:
NB35296
  • Big, chewy bodies
  • Loaded with salt, anise and pork fat
  • Great action
Salty and squirmy—just what bass like! Big chewy bodies, loaded with salt. Bass aren't about to turn down a meal like this! Unbelievable action, and loaded with heavy salt, anise, and pork fat—now this is a largemouth's dream meal. Swimmin', pitchin', floatin', these tasty morsels can do it all!
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Craw 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect Trailer I use these when fishing jigs as tailers. There is no doubt that these increase the number and length of strikes. March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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 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
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how do you fish them

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I'm 14 and just getting into fishing creature baits. What's the best way to fish these?
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I texas rig and bounce on the bottom, drag or hop. Think about how a craw moves and imitate.
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I perfer to use them as a trailer on jigs. It gives the bait a larger profile and attraccts bigger fish.
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Hi, thank you for your question. The Baby Paca Craw are tubes that can be fished by buzzing the surface like a buzz bait, by swimming it just under the surface, by flipping it in heavy cover, or by Carolina rigging it for fishing deep water.
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what is the best color?

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Stick with basic colors of watermelon red and green pumpkin. Can't go wrong with these two colors.
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Which color to use is dependent upon many factors...sky conditions, water clarity, dominant forage, etc. However, there are three universal colors that will work on just about any body of water. Green pumpkin, black & blue, and some sort of brown. I will occasionally throw a white Tiny Paca Craw on a swim jig.
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Magic watermelon
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Clear Water - Watermelon/favorite glitter, murky - sprayed grass, stained - alabama craw.
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Thats hard to answer. What color of water do you fish, what type of cover, what type of fish etc etc etc.

For me, dirty water in central Oklahoma around rocks and trees, the green and gold work the best
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I texas rig them whatever size weight you need to get them through the thick cover.
Hook from the rear that is the only solid part of the bait.
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You can rig them in a number of ways. You can Texas rig them weedless with an extra wide-gap hook (EWG) and either attach a bullet sinker in front or use as a Carolina rig. You can also use it on a shakey head or stand-up jighead to flip and pitch to cover or for finesse presentations on light line. I often use them as a jig trailer to add flapping action or add bulk. These also have a hollow body, so you can insert rattles and scent pods.
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put hook about a 1/4 inch though top of bait then go back into body of bait to make it weedless that way when you reel bait the craw works back wards with the craws flap great bait
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I use them on a Carolina Rig, and they work great!! The body holds just enough air to keep them drifting slowly off the bottom, allowing the claws to flutter in very little current. "I love these things!".
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I use 3/0 hooks, put the hook through the end and pull it through the back to the front of it,and then put it through the head of it. The shank of the hook will lay flat against the claw and it should be weedless.
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Texas Rig, with Tungsten weight in front 3/16 Oz.
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i usually just texas rig it with 1/4 -1/2 oz tungsten weights
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Texas rig on a 3/0 extra wide gap hook with 3/16 oz or 1/4 oz tungeston weight.
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I "Texas Rig" it with the Bass Pro Shops Vertical Drop Hooks. These are hooks with the lead weight on the shaft of the hook. I like the red shaft in 1/16oz - 2/0 size. Larger (3/0) will be too big. Rigging the Baby Craw over the weighted area can be tricky and you'll probably ruin one or two rigging it, but if done right, it works wonderfully. Tip:, Wet the hook before sliding the lure over the weighted area. These can also be paired up with a Stanley Jig as a trailer. When using a jig, you should trim the "hair/skirt" so the skirt doesn't hang past the hook. The baby craw can be a great trailer.
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The Baby Paca Craw can be used for punching mats, on a Texas rig around wood or shallow vegetation, Carolina rigging, or as a large jig trailer.
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hows does this do for trout

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spring, summer, fall
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Use the Tiny Paca Craw, light wire hook.
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this is not a trout bait my friend
so don't even bothering trying it
this is more of a smallmouth bass bait and largemouth bass too.
for trout try out some hard baits like the xts speed lure minnow 1 5/8inch
and spoons or rooster tails are also a bait that can work for trout though i recommend live bait or dead cricket of a sort if those others dont produce
for soft baits try using something like grubs or something but i dont recommend that
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I doubt it is good bait for trout
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Not very well.
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This is not a bait for trout I don't think.
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i wouldn't use it for trout. this is a bass bait.
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i wouldnt use the baby packy craw but try the tiny packa cunk
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