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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.
caught a 5.5 lb.er. first time using one in watermelon red flake as a trailer on a bitsy jig
May 25, 2010
I absolutely love these craws! They're my go-to lure on sluggish bass. Great claw action and good color selection. My favorite colors are Bama craw and Summer craw. Fished on a shakey head jig (Spot Remover) provides a defensive posture to the bass plus the two colors listed above have a lighter colored belly. Bass just can't stand it and tear'em up!
March 12, 2010
Great Finesse Craw
Great craw for using when the fish are slowed down because of the weather. Favorite colors are Summer Craw, Watermelon Red, and the Okeechobee Craw. Like to texas rig them, or put them on a light 1/8oz Picasso shaky head jig. Will be buying more colors soon.
February 8, 2010
Great bait for smallies
I only use the bama craw color. The contrast is easy for the smallies to find and key in on. I use this bait with a 1/16 oz or 1/8 oz Buckeye Lures Spot Remover Pro Model in green pumkin. I fish it in the fall in slow current along rocky structure next to deep water. The smallies tend to stack up feeding on dads. Last fall I landed 9 in a row. Fish it skin hooked with this jig and it reduces hang ups. Pound it in the rocks and work it slow over each rock beating it into the rocks several times then wait. Repeat several times before dragging it over to the next rock. I fish it with 10 lb powerpro and can feel every movement. I pick the smallies up next to the drop off or close to shore. They work different patterns depending on the weather and river conditions. When they pick it up you will feel the led in the jig hit the rock as they grab it. Give them the rod and as they move out into deeper water let them have it. Keep the drag set light and you will land more fish. I use a 6'9" ML extra fast jigging rod. For faster moving current I use the larger size rage craw, same color, with 1/4 to 5/6 oz jig and have great luck. One last tip, bite off the tail of the craw so that the hook comes out in the upper third of the head. If the hook is too far back in the craw you will miss more fish, if the hook is too far up in the head the claws will wrap around the hook. Good luck!
January 11, 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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