Road Runner® Heads
Proven action for 40 years! The basic design and reflective blade make this a staple lure for all game fish.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by roadkilmn road runner heads could use grub holder knob on the hook shank, the grubs slide down on the hook too easly May 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bubba75080 Real Good Exactly what I ordered and expected! Good products and timely shipments. January 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by marylandboy Panfish killer This thing catches panfish like nothing ive ever used before. I like buying them without the marabou because you can tip them with anything. I reccomend 2' grubs and tubes but a 1' or 2' gulp minnow is also a good choice. December 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skeet221 Great Bait This is probably the best Crappie bait I have ever used. With Chartreuse and Black you can't go wrong. It will hang up on everything it touches including huge Crappie. I do not like the fact that I am having trouble with the spinners coming off. I use it for about an hour and the spinner falls off. Road runner needs to beef up this part of their great bait. November 9, 2012
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A:In my opinion, I usually use the 1/4 oz white ones. I catch tons of crappie and largemouth/smallmouth bass. I'm a huge believer in the roadrunners.
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A:To me the best color is chartruse and tipped with a bass pro 1' squirming tube. the best tube color i've found is black body with chartruse legs. Its a crappie killer in my waters, hope you catch a bunch.
A:Selecting jig colors for crappie can be a tricky processes. When fishing clear water, you may want to stick with a more neutral color such as white. However, if fishing murkier waters, try using attractor colors such as chartruse or red. As well, it may be sound advice to have many colors available and to allow the fish to choose. Crappie, as well as many panfish, can seem to like one color one day and another the next. Keep trying until you have found what seems to be working the best.
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A:I use the orange and white colors for crappie and alternate to see which they will bite on.
A:I use a red head, chartuse chenille and yellow marabou. I normally fish very clear water. In darker water, I'd recommend darker colors.
A:Yes, especially for suspended or surface bass.
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A:for sure. i havent in a while, but used to use 3/4 and 1 oz and caught the fire out of 'em. i use 1/8th for crappie all the time.
A:yes; seems especially effective during pre-spawn; I live on a 500 acre freshwater lake so it may be different in other areas; My experience is specifically on this lake
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