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Uncle Buck's Panfish Creatures - Crickets with Hook

   

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Natural Cricket

Natural Cricket

1"

1/32 oz.

3

Model:
BCK3-104
  • $1.99

  • SKU: 693070

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Black Red Flake

Black Red Flake

1"

1/32 oz.

3

Model:
BCK3-109
  • $1.99

  • SKU: 693176

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Pumpkin Seed

Pumpkin Seed

1"

1/32 oz.

3

Model:
BCK3-114
  • $1.99

  • SKU: 693179

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Grasshopper Green

Grasshopper Green

1"

1/32 oz.

3

Model:
BCK3-35
  • $1.99

  • SKU: 693178

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Uncle Buck's® incredible Cricket is so lifelike the fish will never know what hit them. Made of soft plastic, these one-inch, realistic Cricket critters attract fish in no time. Each package contains three crickets with hooks. 1", 1/32 OZ.

Uncle Buck's Panfish Creatures are made to put the fish back in fishing. These lifelike lures are copies of the insects and creatures in nature that are natural food for all panfish. Tie one on and start catching fish today!

Uncle Buck's® Panfish Creatures - Crickets with Hook 4.5 5 21 21
great bait! I used the BLACK RED FLAKE and the blue gills took it every cast before it had a chance to sink to the bottom June 9, 2009
critter country I've used this product very little, I can tell its a good lure. I used it rigged as it was, weightless. I got a couple of nice bass to bite in the 2lbs range. next time ill be using this with a small jig. September 6, 2008
love this lure i like to just rig this with a small hook and let it sink and then when i real or they are right by waiting for it to move September 3, 2008
go 2 lure!! i use these lil beauties almost everywhere i go and the alwaysALWAYS produce fish for me ranging from gills and crappie to largemouths. i do recommend puttin a small jig head ,i use tube jig head so its inside of the lure (no need for 2 heads haha), to get a lil more depth out of these awesome producing lures i also use a floating jig head on the green cricket to mimic a grasshopper March 3, 2008
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Have used it with a bobber without a splitshot because it'll sink slower. Have not tried it without a bobber and splitshot, but will next occasion I fish.
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no no no....ur misunderstood these are best used just tied on with nothing else with light tackle such as ultalight rod and reel and 2 to 6 lb line
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I use them bare, u don't need anything else. the fish like the slow falling action of the bait.
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I dont use a bobber, split shot would be the best bet here. I have also switched the hook out for a jig head
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I've always fished it weightless, or with as tiny a split shot I can get away with for fast moving water- no float.
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