Strike King® Rage Tail® Baby Craw

   

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Blue Craw

Blue Craw

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-108

Watermelon Meat

Watermelon Meat

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-140

Plum Crazy

Plum Crazy

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-145

Summer Craw

Summer Craw

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-100

Bama Craw

Bama Craw

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-101

Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-2

Amber/Green Black Flake

Amber/Green Black Flake

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-102

Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-18

Candy Craw

Candy Craw

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-130

Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-46

Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-50

Pearl

Pearl

3"

9

Model:
RGBC-84
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 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great creature bait I was casting worms and tubes to bedding bass with no results. Fishing buddy gave me a Bama Rage Craw and the bass went wild. May 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by a awesome lure i fish in the west texas area and it is one of my favorite lures because we don't have a lot of big fish in my area. i would rig it with a small weighted hook. it can catch fish from 6 inches to 20 inches. i fish with it for largemouth, guadalupe, spotted bass and bluegill in this area will go crazy over this lure.it is definatly worth the money and it'll catch you some good fish. buy it March 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rage on the surface I through one of these on and dragged it over some really thick pads. great option for weedless topwater. Arms splash around and trigger some great strikes. Tough for a plastic but you will lose an arm now and again August 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by best strike king yet I had used this strike king in texas and in florida and caught many bass from 3 lbs to 5 lbs on a texas rig. August 2, 2011
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 - Leesburg, GA
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i would try okachobe craw spelling may be wrong
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Falcon Craw color does not come in the Strike King® Baby Rage Craw.

Falcon Lake Craw comes in Rage Tail™ Craw 38-250-133-35.
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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.

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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
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Love this on a jighead. I use a EWG 2/0
hook when split shoting or texas rig for this bait.
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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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I use summer craw on a 3/0 hook and a pegged 3/8 ounce tungsten flipping weight up front.
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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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