Strike King Bitsy Bug Crawfish Trailer

   

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Watermelon/Red Flake

Watermelon/Red Flake

3"

5

Model:
BBT-18
  • $2.19

  • SKU: 953588

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Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

3"

5

Model:
BBT-31
  • $2.19

  • SKU: 953591

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Natural Craw

Natural Craw

3"

5

Model:
BBT-33
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  • SKU: 953592

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Black Blue Flake

Black Blue Flake

3"

5

Model:
BBT-35
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  • SKU: 953598

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

3"

5

Model:
BBT-46
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The proven fish-catching design of the Classic-winning Bitsy series, now in a trailer. The Strike King® Bitsy Bug® Crawfish Trailer slides onto any open-hook jighead, or can be Texas-rigged on smaller jigs.

Strike King® Bitsy Bug® Crawfish Trailer 4.4 5 17 17
Crawfish trailers Decent little addition to a small bass jig. They're not as durable as a powerbait but for the price you cannot go wrong if you want to add to a finesse jig. I can't say the salt does much but it probably generates a few hits if its fresh. March 15, 2014
Perfect for Finesse Jigs This trailer is a killer combination rigged with a finesse jig. The only problem is it is pretty small and you need to be careful when rigging it. March 1, 2014
So-so These trailers are nice and fit well on very small finesse jigs, but they are almost too small for most applications. Also they contain salt so if you leave them on your jig it could rust the hook. November 21, 2013
smallmouth time perfectly sized the colors work well with the other bistsy bug products time to finesse its bitsy time May 6, 2012
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for a spinner bait traler

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Yes, but I would recommend it on a micro spinnerbait.
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wouldn't be my go to for a spinnerbait trailer, def. would look good on a swim jig or traditional bottom jig.
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no craws dont make good trailers,, try twin tail grubs, cut off about 1/4 inch and rig up,, they work better,
white ones,,,,
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no crawfish live in the pond
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Yes. The only concern would be that it will not Stand up well unless it's on a small football jig. Anything that appears natural, vulnerable, and alive will appeal to a bass.
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you cant change instinct
fish will hit it look for rocks sand and timber
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Generally you don't have to "match the hatch" with bass. While they can be choosy, bass will eat just about anything. And bass seem to be "programmed" to love crawdads.
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well i use it in my subdivision pond with no crawfish in it and ive had plenty of hits on it so go for it bud
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I would use a jig head with an exposed hook and a light wire, or Texas rigger with a smaller hook, maybe 1/0.
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these trailers are very affective when worked alone
lite line small hooks
perfect for jumbo panfish and smallmouth
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I almost always fish these baits Texas rigged to good effect so, no, you don't have to fish them with a jig.
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I use the chigger craw Texas rigged and as a trailer, I also use it as a swim bait.
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Yes! Try them on a "keeper" hook, and a weedless rig. My favorite way to fish them. No weight,
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No they do not. The jig actually falls over more easily with these because there's not much plastic to them. I would recommend a hale's craw worm, or a yum wollee bullee, or maybe even a berkley power bait chigger craw. Something with enough body to flare the skirt and some type of appendages that appear to be claw-like.
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the pincers are too small to have realy float
the style of the jig head or the line tie placement will have a bigger affect on how the pincers appear when on the bottom
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they tend to float up a little bit giving a more realistic look
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I've used this in very clear moving river water. It's great because I'm able to see the movement of the jig and plastic trailer. When pulling this bait behind a drifting a jonboat, the claws do move with the water and appear lifelike, but they do not "float" upwards. I've also dropped it straight down from the boat in shallow water and let it rest on the bottom. The claws do not float up.
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The short answer is no they are not made from floating plastic. However most soft plastics have a little natural bouyancy and can be rigged to make them point up while resting. The BPS Cajun Bubble Craw has floating pinchers but it is not designed primarily to be a trailer.
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