NetBait® Paca Craws

   

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Sun Perch

Sun Perch

5"

8

Model:
NB33306

Toledo Special

Toledo Special

5"

8

Model:
NB33309

Potomac Blue

Potomac Blue

5"

8

Model:
N33258

Coosa Special

Coosa Special

5"

8

Model:
N33319

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

5"

8

Model:
NB33008

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

5"

8

Model:
NB33009

Watermelon Candy

Watermelon Candy

5"

8

Model:
NB33223

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

5"

8

Model:
NB33225

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

Green Pumpkin Watermelon

5"

8

Model:
NB33242

June Bug

June Bug

5"

8

Model:
NB33005

Black Blue

Black Blue

5"

8

Model:
NB33056

Alabama Craw

Alabama Craw

5"

8

Model:
NB33131

Summer Craw

Summer Craw

5"

8

Model:
NB33219

Watermelon Craw

Watermelon Craw

5"

8

Model:
NB33256

Okeechobee

Okeechobee

5"

8

Model:
NB33266

Black Neon

Black Neon

5"

8

Model:
NB33015

Crawfish

Crawfish

5"

8

Model:
NB33246

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

Green Pumpkin Red Flake

5"

8

Model:
NB33247

Watermelon Spice

Watermelon Spice

5"

8

Model:
NB33127

Green Pumpkin Candy

Green Pumpkin Candy

5"

8

Model:
NB33233

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Peanut Butter and Jelly

5"

8

Model:
NB33265

Pearl

Pearl

5"

8

Model:
NB33022

Rootbeer Pepper Green Flake

Rootbeer Pepper Green Flake

5"

8

Model:
NB33011

Bama Bug Red

Bama Bug Red

5"

8

Model:
NB33277

Table Rock Red

Table Rock Red

5"

8

Model:
NB33044

Texas Craw

Texas Craw

5"

8

Model:
NB33280

Hardy Craw

Hardy Craw

5"

8

Model:
NB33291

Magic Craw

Magic Craw

5"

8

Model:
NB33293

Watermelon Magic

Watermelon Magic

5"

8

Model:
NB33294

Green Pumpkin Magic

Green Pumpkin Magic

5"

8

Model:
NB33295

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

Green Pumpkin Purple Flake

5"

8

Model:
NB33296
  • Big chewy bodies
  • Loaded with salt, anise and pork fat
  • Great action
Salty and squirmy—just what bass like! NetBait Paca Craws have big chewy bodies, loaded with salt. Bass aren't about to turn down a meal like this! Known as a largemouth's dream meal, the Netbait Paca Craws produce an unbelievable action and are loaded with heavy salt, anise and pork fat. Swimmin', pitchin', floatin', these tasty morsels can do it all!
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great priced craw The Paca Craw was my first attempt at using a craw trailer a few years ago. They boasted cheaper prices and more quantity that other brands. They also have a wide variety of colors and not just the standard craw. They have 5-6 different lengths, styles and colors.   I use 1/2 oz jigs so I needed a larger craw to be used as a trailer. I liked the price of these craws. For the money, they are a great product. My major complaint is the hollow body. Most jigs made today have a trailer keeper to help keep the craw or trailer on the jig. However I still have several hundred jigs that are 10 plus years old that don't have the keeper on them. The hollow body of these craws makes it very hard for you to keep the trailer on the jig.   The hollow body does have some positive points to it though. You can take your favorite scent or cream and apply it inside the body. This will keep the scent on the craw longer and release it slower than if its applied to the outside body of the craw. The hollow body will also spit out bubbles when jerked or bounced off the bottom giving the craw even more life like features.   I have been using the red shad, blue black flake and june bug. The red shad was my favorite until they discontinued them from the product line. All bait companies do this at times, but red shad color is a standard for plastics of any brand and they work wonders for me. I wish the company would bring them back. I have had good luck with the blue black flake and the june bug. Both work great with a dark blue or black jig.   I haven't used these Texas Rigged yet, as I have other brands that I like better, but I don't see why they would not do well. For the price and quantity, these are great baits. I'm only giving it 4 stars due to the hollow body and that they discontinued my favorite color. I would recommend these to a friend needing a good trailer or craw. They also reek of plastic smell, so I suggest using some type of scent or rub to mask the odor September 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Nice Craw Just got some of these a few weeks ago and the action is great. Texas rig, trailer, carolina rigged and even shakey head they work great. February 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Allot of action Use mainly on a football jig. Great action even when fished slow. Great bang for the buck. November 2, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by They're durable, and flat out catch fish There are a lot of craws on the market these days, and you won't be dissapointed when you tie one of these on for flippin, or use as a trailer on a jig. The plastic is more durable than Powerbait which means your bait will last longer! July 18, 2011
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i saw a video on youtube where the guy just put his bullet weight right into the paca craw. does this work and if so,how big of a bullet weight? any help is appreciated.
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Never tried it, but its a good idea. The cavity inside the bait should be big enough for a 1/8 oz. or maybe even a 1/4 oz. bullet weight.
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Hi. I never tried to put a weight directly into the craw, but the craw is big enough to try. I just use the hooks with the worm weight already attached to the hook. I would rather than stuff the weight into the craw, try pushing a rattle into the craw , then use a Lucky strike finesse worm rig.
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I fish the paca craw extensively and generally either swim it on a jig head or texas rig it with the weight exposed. Rather than put the weight in the body of the paca craw, I insert a 7mm glass tube rattle which gives the bait a natural clicking sound that is deadly.

I'm not sure what the benefit of putting the weight inside of the bait would be other than a cleaner presentation in pressured clear waters.

One of the downsides of this bait is that the pinchers get bitten off with short strikes so there would be a lot of retying if rigged that way.
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yes this does work, im guessing bassallyear made the video you were thinking of, and if not this will still be how to do it. In the front of the paca craw there is a small hole where it looks like its mouth would be. Insert a rattle first if you are using one and if you aren't then insert the weight first. Between the first item you put in leave about as much space as the length of your bullet weight between the front of the paca craw and the first item. I would reccomend using a 1/16th ounce or a 1/8th ounce.
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I fish in northwest indiana and i am wondering what is the best color of these baits? thanks
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That will probably depend on water clarity, time of year, etc. etc. I like the PB&J color best, with a Black and Blue a close second.
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Color choice depends upon the water clarity and forage. The clearer the water, the more natural colors you'll want to use.

You'll also want to study the type of forage in your area. Try to determine what the natural crawfish and other forage colors are in your favorite fishing hole and go from there.

My favorites are Green Pumpkin, Watermelon, Black/Blue, Alabama Craw and Red Shad. If I'm on a crawfish bite, one of these colors will generally get the job done!
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depends on water color in clear to stained watermelon and green pumpkin work well but in the muddier water baits with a black base (black neon/ black blue) work well
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