Uncle Josh® Pork Baits - Craw Frog

   

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Product Color
Length
Quantity
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Black

Black

3"

3

Model:
25 B

Blue

Blue

3"

3

Model:
25 BU

Brown

Brown

3"

3

Model:
25 CRBR
Smooth and fluid movements, and the natural flesh closely resembles forage fish. Each bait is prepunched for easy rigging. Proven pork scent with vibrant colors creates the ideal trailer for spinnerbaits and jigs.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spinner bait trailer . These are perfect spinner bait trailers, good action and tough pork material. April 2, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Pork Bait This product isn't bad, but I've onlyused it once. I put it on a jig and tried it out for bass, but the water conditions are too cold right now in Kansas, so I will try it mid April. March 28, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by nice really works and great too just a little bit messy. August 6, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Secret Weapon Worth the pork 'hassle'! The Craw Frog is the only jig trailer I use. I think I catch more and larger bass with this trailer and thats all that counts! Its a big trailer with great action. November 17, 2006
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I hear they are better, but they are no where near as durable as other plastics.
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i have caught as many as ten on one jig with the same niblet
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These look realistic and feel realistic. They come in a variety of colors. I tend to only use black or brown.The wind and the sun are their worst enemy.When out of the water wrap a moist rag around the bait if you are underway so they won't dry out. Yes,they are worth the price,especially when bass are chomping on jigs.
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