Strike King® Rage Tail™ Baby Craw
Full of rage and bite-me attitude, Strike King's Baby Rage Craws pack a powerful combination of lifelike realism and tantalizing action. Made from high-grade plastics for superior action and durability, the Baby Rage Craw features an exclusive tail design that helps create an unbelievable level of splash, noise and heart-thumping action.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MrMlke Craw Deal Strike Kings Baby Rage Craw, is the perfect size for them tough early spring bass bites and even during the rest of the season when the bite shuts down. I have used the baby craw on a number of different rigs, but my favorite is on a drop shot or shaky head. This is one of the few craw type baits I have used were the claws falling off any a couple fish is not an issue, which has made this one of my go to baits. Two thumbs up March 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by bassnbutch Rage Craw Excellent bait. Think it has too much action for the winter, Prefer a more subtle approach when it is (H2O) below 40 degrees. Killer in the summer when everything is in a high metabolism mode. Can use it on a swim jig as well. February 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by agr790 Bass catchin' bait! Great bait. Fishing mud bottom lakes that weren't clear. Be sure to separate the claws to get the Most Motion. They are a little pricey for the life of the bait. Bass will strike those claws, and they will come right off, very easily! I would give them a 5 star, if the claws would stay on longer than 2 strikes. June 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigALCt Very good jig trailer I tested theses as trailers on jigs and found them to entice bass greatly. The only downside of these is that they get torn up on the claws from getting hit so hard. The other one is the price. June 24, 2012
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A:i would try okachobe craw spelling may be wrong
Details:What color is the best to catch smallies in the Dupage River in Illinois, And what should I use, a jig head or a 3/0 hook.
A:Can't go wrong with Greenpumkin on either a jig or 2/0 hook , due to the smaller size of the baby craw. I would use a 3/0 on the larger Rage Craw
A:Love this on a jighead. I use a EWG 2/0
hook when split shoting or texas rig for this bait.
A:3/8 oz screw lock with no skirt blk blue rage hooked weed less with a slow drag down from bank into chanel if h2o is clear use gn pmkin
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A:I use summer craw on a 3/0 hook and a pegged 3/8 ounce tungsten flipping weight up front.
A:6 months ago, you probably know what color to use by now, in my experience sometimes a contrasting color works better than a natural one, I was amazed when orange 5" garlic scented worms caught everything here in s.e.pa last season, this year the fish didnt want the same color,,, you might try turning over some rocks to see what color the natural bait is, try buying a color to match that, and one to show the fish something they havent seen, start with green pumpkin, on a brown/orange skirted jig, weight depends on if current is a factor, i have used them carolina rigged on a 2/0 worm hook, good luck
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