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Rebel® Crawfish

   

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Nest Robber

Nest Robber

2-3/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
10'

Model:
D7665

Chartreuse Green Back

Chartreuse Green Back

2-3/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
10'

Model:
D7634

Stream Crawfish

Stream Crawfish

2-3/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
10'

Model:
D7660

Chartreuse Brown

Chartreuse Brown

2-3/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
10'

Model:
D7667

Ditch

Ditch

2-3/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
10'

Model:
D7675

Moss Craw

Moss Craw

2-3/8"

3/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
6

Max Diving Depth:
10'

Model:
D7684

Nest Robber

Nest Robber

2"

1/5 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
F7665

Chartreuse Green Back

Chartreuse Green Back

2"

1/5 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
F7634

Texas Red

Texas Red

2"

1/5 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
F7640

Stream Crawfish

Stream Crawfish

2"

1/5 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
F7660

Chartreuse Brown

Chartreuse Brown

2"

1/5 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
F7667

Ditch

Ditch

2"

1/5 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
F7675

Moss Craw

Moss Craw

2"

1/5 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
8

Max Diving Depth:
7'

Model:
F7684

Nest Robber

Nest Robber

1-1/2"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
5'

Model:
D7765

Stream Crawfish

Stream Crawfish

1-1/2"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
5'

Model:
D7760

Chartreuse Brown

Chartreuse Brown

1-1/2"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
5'

Model:
D7767

Ditch

Ditch

1-1/2"

1/9 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
5'

Model:
D7775

Chrome Black Back

Chrome Black Back

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7701

Nest Robber

Nest Robber

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7765

Texas Red

Texas Red

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7740

Firetiger

Firetiger

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7756

Stream Crawfish

Stream Crawfish

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7760

Chartreuse Brown

Chartreuse Brown

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7767

Ditch

Ditch

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7775

Moss Craw

Moss Craw

1-1/2"

1/10 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
14

Max Diving Depth:
3'

Model:
F7784
Extremely effective for over 20 years, the Rebel Crawfish offers a lifelike profile and produces a distinct, pulsating action that mimics a favorite meal for many river dwelling species - a juicy crawfish on the run. Durable finish, quality components and fish-catching attitude ensures you'll have a blast fishing the Rebel Crawfish for years.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 110 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by always a winner This little gem catches many fish. I use it for trout and bass. even landed a few other , crappie, rockbass to name a few. April 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Catches everything This is one of the greatest baits i have ever used when targeting bluegill and smaller bass. I used these all day in Lake Glenville, North Carolina casting up on the banks where bluegill were bedding and got a bite every cast. If you see a fish, chances are it will eat this bait March 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smallmouth Candy This is by far not my first Rebel craw and there's a reason I continue to purchase them. They work great in the river, through grass and other cover. And I continue to land impressive Smallmouth and Redeye bass each time I tie one on. August 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good I used this at my local creek and caught a smallmouth, a rock bass and a green sunfish but then got snagged and lost it. I will definitely be picking some more of these up. I used the stream rawfish color. July 29, 2013
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and how would you fish them for trout?
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I fish them for trout in streams slow, like to put a scent bait on before. But I just feel this lure is best as slow as you can go with random stops. I have more confidence in this lure than most crank baits stream fishing.
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Great lures for trout. Especially in cold water lakes. Trolling works best.
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sorry not a trout fisherman but crawfish is found about everywhere so i would say trout would bite especially the smallest version of this lure
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I use them for trout quite succesfully. Fish them near incoming water to a lake (where the real crawfish hang out).
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They can work for trout at times. If you
toss them into pools with not to much
water flow and crank them slowly
agianst the rocks you can trigger
strikes for agressive trout.
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I dont know much about trout fishing but I was bass fishing the local lake and caught 2 trout on a bomber square a
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Fast or slow retreive is good, sometimes just let it sit and wait for hit
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I like to get a version of the crankbait that dives about 5 feet deeper than the water your fishing in that way all you have to do is reel in and all the action will come from the lure and from it bouncing off the bottum.
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There are so many ways to catch fish on this bait. You can twitch on the surface, you can rip it like a jerkbait, you can deadstick it for inactive fish, but the best way to fish this bait is with a slow retreive with small pauses in between.
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All depends on the coditions. Muddy/murky water you want to fish it slow. If its clear and the fish are active I would fish it fast to cover a lot of water. If the water is cold fis it slow
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Hi bassbait, here in Nicaragua lake, min trolling speed, better with elctrical engine, if you are casting on stream, stream speed, and on a lake very slow
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If you are fishing for either crappie or bass move this fast along a structure like weeds or a rock pile and you will fall in love with this fishing lure.
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slow to medium retrieve, with hesitation. Works best going across the current.
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welladjusted to where youre at and how the fish are hitting
i normally fish it by casting letting it sit for a few seconds and thenjerking it in with stopsafter every few jerks.
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I fish slow and keep the crankbait bouncing off the bottom like a real crawfish.
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Fish this lure slowly with pauses.
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use a stop and go retrieve. depends go slow and if nothing happens try going faster but always the stop and go retrieve.
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how deep doz it go?

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2 to 3 feet
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Depends on what version you get
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While trolling the 2 5/8 inch will go 12 to 15 feet depending on how much line you have out. These lures are really hot for Walleye, trolling the upper Mississippi.
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approx 8-10 feet
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The Wee version goes down 2 to 3 feet.
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This bait has a surprizingly large lip
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if you buy the wee crayfish it will run of depths of 3 to 5 feet.
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the larger the lure - the deeper it goes. The smallest only goes about 18 inches below the surface on a fast retrieve.
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approx. 2 to3 feet depending which size
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I use the smallest deep diving crankbait, and it will go 2-3 feet, maybe more on light line. I usually fish the Sandusky River in Ohio, and the places where I fish aren't much deeper than 3-4 feet. I can feel the wee crawfish bouncing off the bottom most of the time.
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I recommend using the shallow-running over the deep-diving versions. I'm not sure how deep it goes but Id say like 3 to 4 feet deep for the shallow running and for the deep-diving one maybe 6 to 8 feet maybe more for that one.
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I usually just retrieve without stopping, but some people prefer the stop and go technique.
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For large fish in both lakes and cold water lakes, use lead core line with a 20 foot leader. Let out 4 to 5 colors, troll a little faster than you would think.
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You simply tye it on and reel it very
slowly. You can also jerk it from side
to side if fish are agressivly eating
crayfish. You can even twitch on the
surface like a towater!
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all i do is tie it in your favorite knot and throw it by a structure like weeds or a rock pile and retrieve it fastly.
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i would just tie it on a light combo with 4 or 6 lb test and fish it in rivers adjusting it toohow the fish are hitting
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I don't use anything but the lure on my line. as for the knot doesn't matter what kind of knot just as long as it stays on and won't break off when catching. I do a slow stop and retrieve and if nothing catches try a faster retrieve.
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Tie directly to the line or use a small swival.
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Use a small swival or tie directly to line
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use with small snap swivel
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i tie mine directly to the line and for panfish and bass usally a med retrieve speed. the olive green with the orange belly seems to work best. For trout use the same color but at a med to slow retrieve.
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Tie your line (mono, flouro, etc.) directly to the ring. Cast it, then retrieve. Can be a steady retrieve, or stop-start-stop-start.
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I tried this lure for the first time today with the smallest or second smallest first cast 2lb smallmouth bass
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all availiable sizes will catch bass
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The two and three quarter inch bait is
great for smallies and largies.
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in my oppinion i would use the smallest size their is so you could catch a variety of fish like panfish and your bass.
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I caught so far with this lure baby bass to a 13 inch bass and a few cat fish and panfish. This is really a go-to lure when nothing else is working. I used # 34 bright neon green with an orange belly a shallow runner, not the deep-diver one.
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I use the 1 1/2 in for all situations.
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the 2 inch wee.
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theses work great for small and large mouth bass with small bass i have caught them from 12 to 21 inches on the rebel crawfish they work excellent. The smaller largemouth 12- 15 seem to hit on theses better than the really big ones.
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I prefer the 2" model. I have only fished this lure in rivers. I try to pick colors that match the crawfish that live in the river. Simply look under a few rocks and you'll see them. Try to match that color. I've used the 2" to catch smallmouth from about six inches in length to appx. 2 pounds. I throw them near the shoreline and structure, as well as near small lines of falls with pools on the other side.
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For the most part I've only caught suspended walleyes when trolling on the super-deep model. The regular deep model I have caught EVERYTHING and is the one I mostly use.

The orange deep diver works very well on suspended river walleyes and that is what I usually use on them.
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they have the teeny craws and the medium sizes. i personnaly love the medium for bass and crappie but alot of smaller fish will try to snag them from the bigger ones
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i mostly fish in lakes and i want a good crankbait
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Yes! This bait esspecialy escels in lakes with hard, rocky bottoms.
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Bomber square a is a good cheaper model for fishing shallow and around trees/rocks. I like Rapala X-rap for a suspending crank bait.
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it depends on how deep the water is but you also could tie on a swivel to it and make it sink but it will still have a amazing amount of action.
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if youre lake has crawfish and has alot of fishyou know...itll work
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This is my go-to lure for all water areas for catching bass. And every now and again a few cat fish and panfish. I use the shallow runner #34 bright green back with a bright orange belly.
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Yes. Especially if the natural habitat for craws exist in the lakes you fish.
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in shallow parts, in lakes I perfer rubber.
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I highly recommed these rebel crawfish lures especially if you have weed beds in your lakes. I find the olive green with the orange belly works the best i also have caught many fish on the chartruse green color. They work excellent on smallmouth, largemouth bass trout and panfish retrieved at a med speed.
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I would limit this lure to use where crayfish are a natural food source. If the lake has a shallow rocky shoreline then yes, use it here. If you're fishing for largemouths in weeds then you are better off using a crankbait that mimics minnows.

PS/ I have had luck picking up smallmouth bass on shallow sandy beaches of lakes as well. They know what a crayfish looks like!!
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this bait works anywhere
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