River2Sea Dahlberg Series Clackin' Crayfish®

   

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Length
Weight
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Olive

Olive

2-3/4"

3/4 oz.

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
CLC90/02

Brown Orange

Brown Orange

2-3/4"

3/4 oz.

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
CLC90/05

Blue Olive

Blue Olive

2-3/4"

3/4 oz.

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
3/0

Model:
CLC90/06
  • Looks and moves like a real crayfish
  • Hinged lip appears to pull the bait forward
  • Feel the kick through your rod tip
At rest, a lot of lures look like a crayfish, but they don't move like a crayfish. The River2Sea Dahlberg Series Clackin' Crayfish, designed by Larry Dahlberg, not only looks like a crayfish but this lure's hinged lip appears to actually grab water and pull the bait forward—just like a real crayfish! On free fall, the Clackin' Crayfish even sinks like a real crayfish!

Accelerate this lure and feel the kick through your rod tip. Fish the Clackin' Crayfish like a jig, or swim it along the bottom. Fish it on drops, flats or weedlines. Crawl it, stroke it, swim it, rip it, let it fall. Fish this versatile lure just like a real crayfish. But, above all else, hang onto your rod, because bass think this thing is REAL! Includes one rigged body plus one spare trailer head.
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I was thinking about buying this because it looks so realistic so I wanted it. The only 3 setbacks are that it may get hung up on structure, the weed guard may interfere with hook ups, and does it still twist or roll upside down.
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Didn't get a chance to try this it got caught on wood on the first cast.
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remove all hooks and replace to tail hook with a worm hook set inside a soft body bait [grub, leech, small ribbon tail worm]
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