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Blue Craw

Blue Craw

1/4 oz.

1

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Model:
BBJ14-108
  • $2.19

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Candy Craw

Candy Craw

1/4 oz.

1

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2/0

Model:
BBJ14-130
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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

1/4 oz.

1

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2/0

Model:
BBJ14-46
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Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

1/4 oz.

1

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2/0

Model:
BBJ14-50
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Blue Craw

Blue Craw

1/8 oz.

1

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2/0

Model:
BBJ18-108
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Candy Craw

Candy Craw

1/8 oz.

1

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

1/8 oz.

1

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Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

1/8 oz.

1

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Blue Craw

Blue Craw

3/16 oz.

1

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2/0

Model:
BBJ316-108
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Candy Craw

Candy Craw

3/16 oz.

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Green Pumpkin

Green Pumpkin

3/16 oz.

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Okeechobee Craw

Okeechobee Craw

3/16 oz.

1

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2/0

Model:
BBJ316-50
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Black Blue

Black Blue

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ18-2
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  • SKU: 688530

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Green Crawfish

Green Crawfish

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ18-13
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  • SKU: 688494

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Cajun Crawfish

Cajun Crawfish

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ18-15
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Watermelon

Watermelon

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ18-17
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Pumpkin Craw

Pumpkin Craw

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ18-20
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Camouflage

Camouflage

1/8 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ18-22
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  • SKU: 688936

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Black Blue

Black Blue

1/4 oz.

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Model:
BBJ14-2
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Green Crawfish

Green Crawfish

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ14-13
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Cajun Crawfish

Cajun Crawfish

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ14-15
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Watermelon

Watermelon

1/4 oz.

1

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BBJ14-17
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Pumpkin Craw

Pumpkin Craw

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ14-20
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Camouflage

Camouflage

1/4 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ14-22
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Black Blue

Black Blue

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ316-2
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Green Crawfish

Green Crawfish

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ316-13
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Cajun Crawfish

Cajun Crawfish

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ316-15
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Watermelon

Watermelon

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ316-17
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Pumpkin Craw

Pumpkin Craw

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ316-20
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Camouflage

Camouflage

3/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ316-22
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Black Blue

Black Blue

1/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ116-2
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Green Crawfish

Green Crawfish

1/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ116-13
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Cajun Crawfish

Cajun Crawfish

1/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ116-15
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Watermelon

Watermelon

1/16 oz.

1

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BBJ116-17
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Pumpkin Craw

Pumpkin Craw

1/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ116-20
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Camouflage

Camouflage

1/16 oz.

1

Model:
BBJ116-22
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  • Downsized design
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Excellent for docks, pilings and all wood cover, as well as rocks and bridge pilings.
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I can't say I've done a lot of skipping with it but it is great for pitching to the edges. But I can imagine that it would skip very easily if you added a small soft plastic trailer, like a 3" Trigger-X Flappin Craw
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you can skip them, but unless you are amazing with your bait caster, i would use a spinning reel to skip. you might backlash if you try it with a bait caster. they fall slower so i would jig it couple times while its falling, depending on the depth of the water. using a good trailer helps too, i like the NetBait paca chunk craw in a color close to the jig skirt color
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Very, just keep the rod tip low to the water and give a good flick and the bait will go as far under the dock as you want it to.
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I'm not sure I understand your question exactly but I'll try to answer.

If you mean presentation-wise, it's all up to you. They are just as good as any flippin jig. If you're really worried about snags, texas rig it until you're comfortable.

If you mean performance-wise, yes. Spool up a tough braid or a mono you're comfortable with and you'll see some results. I've flipped craws and worms under docks and had some success.

You can have success with anything anywhere. Just a matter of finding the right presentation and color.
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yes, try pairing it with a tube trailer and a spinning rod, skips great
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What color have you had the best luck with?
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I only use 2 colors. Black and blue for stained water and green pumpkin for clear water.
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Black/blue, pumpkin
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Pumpkin Glow and the Cajun Crawfish is what the bass around me like!
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depends on the water color/clarity. i like to use crawfish colors... browns, oranges, reds.
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Depends on the water you're fishing. I've caught fish on the green craw and pumpkin craw.
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hard to go wrong with brown in clear water and black and blue in stained water
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whatever the bass bite!!

they are not picky fish but if you'd like a better answer.......

if water is very clear or visibility is high....use natural colored lures (crawfish, minnow, etc).

if water is stained and visibility is low, use the more vibrant colored lures (chartreuse, oranges, whites, etc)
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black blue in dirty water green pumpkin in clear water
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User Green Pumpkin Bitsy with a Rage Craw Baby craw in Summer Craw color.
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the color you choose depends on where you are and what the water looks like(color,clarity) i live in michigan so i use a lot of craw colored jigs... dark reds, oranges, browns, maybe some greens. you should use a jig that looks like something the bass feed on in that area, up here they eat a lot of crawfish. you should try different stuff and see what works but i would recommend that you buy a few colors in a decent range because lakes are all different
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Pumpkin seed I have always liked!!! Or black and blue
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This is a Easy One .. How Dirty Is the water? WHat Color Is the Bottom? To Me what Color Is the Crawfish ? To Me a Jig Is a for the Most Part a Crawfish .. and Crawfish Take on the color there around .. Plus if the water Is dirty your Blues and Purples and some Greens will be seen from more away .. Say Its Muddy Less then a Foot you can see your Jig Better have Blue or Purple color In the Jig With some Green Black or Brown .. In Missouri We have a Lot of Yellow Rocks with Green Moss and Naural Brown Crawfish ..In Texas there a Lot of Red Cray and alot of Red Crawfish .. In the south there Is Blue Crabs and I bet blue Crawfish in clear water .. If at times Crawfish will have an Orange and Brown Color and So Should Your Jigs .... At Times fish are are a Shad or Bluegill Bite.. Match those Colors ...but for me In Missouri Steams Green Pumpken or Missouri Craw in Clear water and If If it Muddy Black and Blue but I Have Been Having great luck with PB&J
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Choosing a color always leads to an interesting discussion, but there are a few combinations that have proven themselves over the years. Black and blue is an old standby, and is one of the most popular styles to hit the market. Solid blacks, browns, and green and chartreuse also have their place, especially under different water conditions and around various structure types.

I tend to choose a skirt that is natural in appearance when faced with clear water, and will brighten things up when the water is more stained or murky.

Oddball colors certainly have a place in your arsenal. Purple, red, and pink have all hooked fish, so make sure you experiment when out on the water until the bass dictate what they want most.

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light colors are a good choice for bright sunny days. Dark colors are best for overcast days or at night.
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Soft Plastic usually a 10 inch worm. If fish are suspended in clear water I like a jerkbait.
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you should try a crank bait, or a spinnerbait. the bass go a little deeper in the summer and the crank baits works well. also, try using topwater baits around the morning when they are jumping, buzz baits are good for that and frogs are as well
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To me I Vote for Rubber Worm .. when its Hot and Crawl it on the Bottom .. I Like Power Worms .. But at times A Zoom Super Fluke can get hot in Rivers ...But really where your at madders .. But as always Jigs Rules!
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Which item is best is a very had question to answer. The main reason is each person you ask will have a different answer. Depending what you are fishing for, where you are fishing and what type of water you are fishing will make a difference. Your best bet would be to ask local bait and tackle store in your area that you would be fishing or ask a local fisher.
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should i use a trailor?
if so, what is the best trailor to use? And what is the best color to get?

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I love the rage craw or rage lobster in Okeechobee craw
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I use a Rage Tail Baby Craw in Summer Craw, Pumpkin or Watermelon. Make sure you separate the claws before fishing the Baby craw for maximum action. With the summer craw color I keep the Bright side facing up to the hook. This is my go to bait when fishing is hard. You can swim it, craw in on the bottom (SLOW RETRIEVE), jig it and skip it under docks.

Try the combo and you will never look back.
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I like a color that is different from the jig. My favorites are watermelon and pumpkin. Anything that will create action. Smallies love craws so I try and imitate that mostly.
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i love to fish these jigs with a NetBait paca craw trailer, they move very well in the water. i would get a trailer color that looks a lot like your jig. i like to use dark reds, oranges and browns. stuff that look like crawfish. you can also try the blues, blacks and greens and see if they work. crawfish aren't the same color everywhere but bass love them everywhere
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I usually swim it with no trailer, I might add a baby rage craw it there short striking it.
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Yes, use a trailer. Which trailer depends on the situation. I prefer trailers with two "claws" that give off medium action in most situations. You can find tons of "which trailer to use" debates all over the internet. Start with something popular until you can refine your preferences.

Many people say to use a trailer that is the same or close to the same color as the jig. But then others say go opposite. IMO, go with a similar color to the jig. I.E., black and blue jig, go with a black or black and blue trailer.
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it would be best to use the camp or natural colors in really clear water. use the brighter colors in more murky water so the fish can see them better.
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I'd fish it in lighter colored water through spaces between reeds. So I'd cast it into a clump of reeds then bounce it through an open space heading toward another clump of reeds. And I'm sure there is other ways to fish it as well so you'll have to experiment and see what works best for you.
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all conditions
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Id use this color pattern around rocks and grass, work it slow with small hops.Remember to always add trailer. I throw jigs all season long.
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I love all the colors as long as they're all black. I never would've thought that my one and only go to bait wouldn't even be offered.
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Remove the blue stands from the Black / Blue jig.
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none of the animals the bass feed on are all black, unless its a worm. and the jigs aren't meant to be worms. craws have lighter belles so thats why a lot of the black jigs have blue or something on the bottom. i think bassproshops sells an all black one tho
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Contact SK and ask them.
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use black spray paint!
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I would go with more natural colors like green, pumpkin, brown etc.
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The straight brown is great especialy post spwn when leaving the river at least for me and then a sparser trailer like a craw papai from yum.
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Use the green pumkin or green watermelon colors. Also add a junior size trailer or a smallie beaver type bait. For the trailer; greens, greens w/red, and browns are a good starting piont.
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what is the hook size?

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I prefer a larger hook. From a 3/0 to 5/0
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I believe the hook size to be a 1/0.
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The hooks are about 1 size smaller and light wire for a smaler profile and slower fall good for finesse
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