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If the waters you're fishing call for craws, toss in the Strike King® Rage Tail® Craw and watch the water boil in a violent frenzy! Exclusive design features two realistic pincers and a long, slender body engineered to create lots of turbulence. For best results, fish Texas-rigged, Carolina-rigged, or as a jig trailer.
Man o man
I have been using these now for about 3 months so I felt I could do a decent review on them.
I started using the rage chunks as trailers on jigs so I felt I couldn't go wrong with these. I was right. These are so well built. Most quality baits that come in small quantities and are expensive, come apart and tear up with one or two fish. Not these. I found a spot here in central Oklahoma that the hybrid bass were tearing everything up. I caught about 25 in 2 hours. Most were 10-11 inches with the largest being 17" Not monster fish by anybody's standards, but they do fight like kings and are hard on baits.
I did have to re-hook the craw into a different slot due to being nailed several times, but I felt the bait held up really well for so many fish caught.
I have been using the blue black flake and the green pumpkin. Both of these colors work very well for the stained waters around central Oklahoma.
I cant tell if the coffee sent works or not, as I have some of these that have been sitting out for awhile in the garage and smell like plastic, but the experts and many others on several sites claim it does.
I would defiantly recommend these to anybody. You cant go wrong with these. They are kinda pricey for the amount you get, but very well worth it.
August 22, 2012
go 2 lure
This is my go to lure, when all else fails the craw always come thru for me. The only thing i don't love is the durability of the lure. 1 pickerel or several bass will do it in.
September 22, 2012
Few weeks ago when I read the reviews for the craw, I was a bit skeptical about how it would perform. Bought a pack of these in Watermelon Red Flake and a pack of 3/16 oz Terminator Jigheads. Went to a local lake, and rigged it Shakeyhead style. Started casting around in open water and left to my favorite corner; flipped and pitched into a shady area under a branch a few times a nice sized bass came and hit it but I missed. Cast it right in the same place, jigged it alittle and BAM, a 3lb Bass hits it. Same thing happened with the next bass and the next bass; caught 5 bass that day, 3lber, 2lber, and 3 1.5lber. I guess the coffee scent really does attract bass.
August 18, 2012
Best Craw Yet!
I've used many soft plastic craws and have found these to smoke all of the others, except a Sweet Beaver. I love those too! I use black and blue and Bama craw is bama bad!
July 17, 2012
Hey Bassman94, i also live in PA and love to bass fish. I have tried both craw imitations and prefer the Rage Tail hands down. They work so well i have even caught big bass in ponds where there are no actual crawfish. I use them with a 1/16oz weighted Gamatzu (i don't think thats how you spell it so bear with me) 3/0 hook. It keeps it from nose diving into the mud. Hope this helps.
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