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Clearance YUM® F2 Craw Papi

   

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Crawdad

Crawdad

3-3/4"

10

Model:
YUMCP306
  • Clearance price: $2.98

  • Reg. price: $5.69

  • SKU: 1770296

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  • One of the more realistic crawfish on the market
  • Great in clear water
  • F2 attractant never wears off

One of the more realistic crawfish on the market, the Craw Papi is great in clear water when the visual presentation is crucial. F2 (Ferocity Squared) attractant never wears off!

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by use all the time I use this product when the water warms up on a football jig for deep big fish. May 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by yummy the yum f2 craw papi is a fabulous option to live crays. I personally like the colors that duplicate the real thing the greenish or tan colors. many days I find they work as well as live bait. you can go on a minutes notice if you have a package or two in your tackle box. I prefer the 2/3/4 inch side for whatever reason they suck em up. good luck March 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by love them great product and good price. fish love them and i love that. March 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by craws Great little craw. When they want less action this does very well. Not a lot of color choices though. Prefer the Creme same thing Craw , its more durable and I seem to catch bigger bass on it but won't hesitate to throw the Yum. March 4, 2014
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actual crayfish colors green or brownish
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You can never go wrong with a natural color for lightly stained or clear water. I would use some sort of green or shad color.
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i prefer a more natural color like watermelon or green pumpkin
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any natural crawfish colors like green pumpkin, watermelon along with black and blue
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natural
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Best thing you could do is first catch a couple and look closely. Put them in a cup of water and see what colors you can find because in really clear water a fish can examine it and most times won't hit until there sure its real. But if you don't feel like going through that then green pumpkin, watermelon, or even PB&J for the darker ones.
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watermelon, greenpumpkin stay as natural as possible in clear water. Flakes are a help in attracting fish in dirtier water.
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I like any pumpkin color
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Blue/Black
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Watermellon or Pumpkinseed
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depends on the craws in your area or whatever you're trying to imitate. I use watermelon/red and green pumpkin in most clear water lakes, ponds and other still waters. In running water it's always seasonal. Your best bet in running water is to match your color with the bottom. If that doesn't work flip a rock and match the secondary colors you see in their shells. Normally red, orange, green, blue or purple. Hope this helps.
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