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Full of rage and bite-me attitude, Strike King®'s Rage Tail® 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.
Multi purpose bait
I like the whole line of Rage Tail Craws. I can use them top, bottom and in the middle and all on the same cast. The river bass seem to like the smaller size baby craw over its larger cousin.
Consistently catches fish.
October 19, 2010
This is a great craw I catch tons of fish.
On average I hook 10-20 bass every time I go to my lake.
I love to use it like a top-water the big fish love it. The fish at my lake are smart they don't hit big lures like frogs and buzz-baits so i use these.
They work great but are a little pricey but it doesn't matter its worth it.
I rig it with a 2/0 or 3/0 hook.
August 4, 2010
The best craw worm going
I have fished a lot of craw type baits in 40 years of bassin but this craw worm is the best I have ever used . the action of the claws is more life like than any other craw worm I have seen and the coffee sent seems towork very well. Last time out I had 5 bass weighting 27 lbs .that speaks tons for this bait I use it for trailers after I use the new one for texas rig.
August 1, 2010
landed 3 nice bass using this as a trailer for several diffrent jigs. had a lot of bits but could only get 3 in the boat
June 18, 2010
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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