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Road Runner® Crappie Thunder®

   

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White

1/16 oz.

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Model:
1802-001
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Fluorescent Red White

Fluorescent Red White

1/16 oz.

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Model:
1802-009
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White Red White

White Red White

1/16 oz.

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Model:
1802-014
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Fluorescent Red Chart Sparkle

Fluorescent Red Chart Sparkle

1/16 oz.

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Model:
1802-020
  • $2.39

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Chartreuse Yellow Chartreuse

Chartreuse Yellow Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

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4

Model:
1802-022
  • $2.39

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Chartreuse Black Chartreuse

Chartreuse Black Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

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Model:
1802-030
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Blue Shad

Blue Shad

1/16 oz.

1

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4

Model:
1802-039
  • $2.39

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Silver Shad

Silver Shad

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-041
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Chartreuse Orange Chartreuse

Chartreuse Orange Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

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Model:
1802-047
  • $2.39

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June Bug Chartreuse

June Bug Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-061
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Chartreuse Sparkle

Chartreuse Sparkle

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-062
  • $2.39

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White Red Chartreuse

White Red Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

1

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4

Model:
1802-066
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Electric Chicken

Electric Chicken

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-078
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White Hot Pink Pearl

White Hot Pink Pearl

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-079
  • $2.39

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Chart White Opaque Chartreuse

Chart White Opaque Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-080
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Chartreuse Lime Chartreuse

Chartreuse Lime Chartreuse

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-082
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Flo Red Green Pepper Yellow

Flo Red Green Pepper Yellow

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-089
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Chartreuse Black Hot Pink

Chartreuse Black Hot Pink

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-090
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Chart Pearl Blue Chart

Chart Pearl Blue Chart

1/16 oz.

1

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Model:
1802-093
  • $2.39

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Chart Pumpkin Chart Sparkle

Chart Pumpkin Chart Sparkle

1/16 oz.

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Model:
1802-097
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White

White

1/8 oz.

1

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Model:
1803-001
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Fluorescent Red White

Fluorescent Red White

1/8 oz.

1

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Model:
1803-009
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White Red White

White Red White

1/8 oz.

1

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Model:
1803-014
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  • SKU: 899283

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Fluorescent Red Chart Sparkle

Fluorescent Red Chart Sparkle

1/8 oz.

1

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Model:
1803-020
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  • SKU: 899285

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Chartreuse Yellow Chartreuse

Chartreuse Yellow Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

1

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1

Model:
1803-022
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  • SKU: 951617

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Chartreuse Black Chartreuse

Chartreuse Black Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

1

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Model:
1803-030
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Blue Shad

Blue Shad

1/8 oz.

1

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1

Model:
1803-039
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Silver Shad

Silver Shad

1/8 oz.

1

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Model:
1803-041
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Chartreuse Orange Chartreuse

Chartreuse Orange Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

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Model:
1803-047
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  • SKU: 951618

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June Bug Chartreuse

June Bug Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

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Model:
1803-061
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White Red Chartreuse

White Red Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

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Model:
1803-066
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Electric Chicken

Electric Chicken

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
1

Model:
1803-078
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White Hot Pink Pearl

White Hot Pink Pearl

1/8 oz.

1

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1

Model:
1803-079
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  • SKU: 1320724

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Chart White Opaque Chartreuse

Chart White Opaque Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

1

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1

Model:
1803-080
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  • SKU: 1240189

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Chartreuse Lime Chartreuse

Chartreuse Lime Chartreuse

1/8 oz.

1

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Model:
1803-082
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Flo Red Green Pepper Yellow

Flo Red Green Pepper Yellow

1/8 oz.

1

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1

Model:
1803-089
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Chartreuse Black Hot Pink

Chartreuse Black Hot Pink

1/8 oz.

1

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1

Model:
1803-090
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Chart Pearl Blue Chart

Chart Pearl Blue Chart

1/8 oz.

1

Hook Size:
1

Model:
1803-093
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Chart Pumpkin Chart Sparkle

Chart Pumpkin Chart Sparkle

1/8 oz.

1

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1

Model:
1803-097
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  • Enough pulsating action to trigger strikes
  • Soft, tear resistant body
  • Bright, vibrating blade
  • Flared tail for a slower presentation and descent
Designed by the king of crappie, Wally Marshall, the Crappie Thunder Road Runner sports enough pulsating action to trigger strikes from even the finickiest of slabs. One of the most noisy, flashiest and most productive crappie jigs ever, the Crappie Thunder is equipped with a soft, tear resistant body designed to last longer than ordinary tubes, a bright, vibrating blade perfectly positioned so it doesn't interfere with hookups and a flared tail for a slower presentation and descent.Wally Marshall is the 2003 Crappie Classic Champion and North American Crappie Association 2002 Angler of the Year.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 64 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product Caught bass first throw out, and got and hit the second throw July 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great item.....great price Worked extremely well on Crappie, Bluegills & Yellow Perch on a Long Island NY pond. July 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Crappie go to Jig I have caught more crappie with this jig then any other jig I have used in the past. I usually troll this jig in the 10 to 12 foot of water using a UL 7 foot pole and 4 lb test. I move the pole forward and let drift back, that action of letting this jig drift back has triggered bites as well as moving the pole forward in making the action of jig quicker. This jig is also great for Walleye, when my fishing buddy and I set out, when we get to the area we like to troll for walleye, we drop the Thunder to the bottom depth of 20 to 30 ft by adding additional weight and troll along the bottom. It works for Crappie, Perch, Walleye and Bass. Its one of the best jigs in my tackle box. June 18, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Okay Bait This is an okay bait. I love the action and the blades but I fish in a lake with lots of stumps, and these baits seem to always get caught on the stumps. But overall I think it is a decent bait. May 29, 2013
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I fish in a small shallow lake for bluegills and 1-3 lb bass. How should I work these baits?
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I would cast towards the lake edges & vary your retrieve. Sometimes slow to medium, steady retrieve and other times, bounce it off the bottom with a few twitches on the retrieve
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I would twitch it quickly and let it fall back till your line tightens, alot of the strikes will take place when it falls back Remember a twitch is a short quick movement unlike a jerk where its a multiply of quick movements and a pause to allow the bait to re-position itself.
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slip bobber/float best way for these. Reel it slowly stop for a second or two then start reeling it again something will hit it good luck
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Just straight reel it in or jig it up and down while reeling.
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Color for black crappie

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Whats a good color(s) for black crappie in clear water?
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Clear water, use orange or Chart, in dark to murky water use black, white, red or orange.
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We have luck with white and chart. I personally like the chart head and tail with a white body. Otherwise it is a play it by the day and try all colors to see where the bite is at that day.
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Generally, clear water fish respond to more neutral colors. Try matching the forage as closely as possible, but whites, reds, blacks, browns and greens all typically do well in clearer water. You may also want to check with your local fisheries biologist to see what may be best on the body of water that you are prospecting.
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Someone mentioned in a review about the body being damaged quickly, aren't the bodies replaceable and can you use any type of small jig body?
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I asume so.
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You can use anything you want on them. You can also buy just the crappie thunder bodies.
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yes it would work about the same although the the tentacles on the body it comes with has more movement
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yea its just a regular jig head unless you get the rabbit hair version
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You definately can. The jig is great for many style bodies. Just buy a few different ones, try them out, and see which ones are best.
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Yes. Blakemore actually makes there Road Runner jig in a variety of ways (including these). While you can get solid body tubes (like those already featured on this bait) through Bass Pro Shops, you can also get the Crappie Thunder style replacement grubs through Blakemore lures.
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ye,u can use almost any small grub, its good to change colors
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yes, it just depends on the time and month and climate.
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I like to put a garden worm on and troll with it. Works great on perch.
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The smallest size you can throw with your reel and either white or chartreuse.
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1/16 for slow flow and 1/8 for quicker flow.
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I just like to use light colors in bright sun and dark collars when its cloudy or dark.
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pink/red and green because the work the best.....i got well over 500 crappie last year with those color.........size 6
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I assume that Sunnies are sunfish. Almost any size roadrunner head will work. The body and head color should coordinate with either local forage and/or weather. Cloudy days you may want more flash or more noise (Willow blade, Colorado/Indiana) On sunny days, maybe a darker color such as the dark green. Water clarity will also play a role, but most sunfish such as bluegill, redear and green won't be too picky.
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i plan to do fishing i bermuda for small fish off of a pier(1/2-5lbs) and i was wondering if these would stand up to the saltwater enviornment and if they would catch tropical fish if tipped with squid or other bait?
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i only freshwater fish but im almost positive it will, it vibrates and flash letting the fish know its there and it doesent hurt to try so go ahead and give it go
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I wouldn't because the saltwater will rust them. They would only be good for one day or back to back days. If you oil them then they have a scent that the fish won't like.
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Yes, Roadrunners can catch anything. I'd try with a colorado blade and not a willow. I tend to find that off of piers in the surf, flash is better than noise.
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yes they can be
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Oh yeah. I've caught as many bass with them as crappies.
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I've caught bass, gills, pickerel, perch on my ⅛ and ¹/16 size.
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I have caught many bass with even smaller sized ones. During the spawn I hammer them
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roadrunner jigheads work great for crappie and bass!
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I have better luck on smallmouth with these lures but always manage to catch some largemouths while jigging for barndoor crappies and an occasional walleye.
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have caught plenty of 16" largemouths on 1/8th road runners.
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bass always go after just bout any bait
you might catch more bass with dis than crappie at sometimes
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Bass will hit anything at anytime. It just the question of is this the time when they will hit this jig. I have caught up to two lb bass with this jig and I am sure there will be bigger ones. This jig should catch most everything in the lake at a given time.
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yea, we were at a farm pond crappie fishing in the spring and caught more bass than anything
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I have had great luck with the Bass and Crappie with #66
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how fast do you reel in and where do you use it.thanks for the help
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I real in slow
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I'll go just fast enough to make the spinner spin. Maybe about 1 MPH.
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you cast out and reel in at a medium reel
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Reel in slow but fast enough to keep it off the bottom. I've caught fish in open water and in brush. For me it works everywhere
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I find that i have more success with these the slower i reel them. I like to use mine fishing from the bank or trolling for crappie in the spring.
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I reel it slow, but fast enough for the blade to turn. Sometimes I speed it up, but never fast. A little pause will give the skirt a chance to act. Acting often brings on a hit.

I fish it around docks, tree tops, grass, and lillie pads (if you have them).
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slow just reel in then let it fall and twitch it sometimes and near cover
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Jig slow in the high timber baited with crappie nibbles. Drop it to the depth the fish show on your finder and move it very slowly.
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Jig it down the trunk of a submerged tree. Great lure will do the work.
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the slowest you can while still turning the blade. alot of times the fall time is when you will get the hit, so raise your poll tip often and let it down while you are reeling. This lets you have more fall time to your cast.
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u can reel it in fast or slow... i used it near weeds
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