Zoom® Li'l Critter Craw - 3-1/2"
- Tantalizing flutter on the fall
- Tetacles bring bigger bass out to strike
- Rig Texas style or fished as a jig trailer
Rated 5 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BassGetter Great Bait These Lil Baits Work Well In South Louisiana Rigged Texas Style With A 1/32 oz. Weight And A 1/0 Hook. My Son And I Have Caught Bass, Sac-o-let (Crappie), Catfish And Redfish On These Lil Crawfish. Watermelon/ Red Is The Best Color Of All. June 16, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by bjbirish amazing I use these craws every year up in Canada for small mouth bass and they are awesome. The bass go crazy for these things. They are durable, and you can't beat the colors or prices. March 4, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by jaison Great for C-rigs, too I've used these Zoom craws as jig trailers, texas rigged and even weightless in shallow water. Another technique is to use them on a Carolina rig with a lighter weight and a 1/0 hook. Fish it slow and anticipate the bite. These are real important craws that can do alot. Green pumpkin and blue work best for me in highland Virginia. Tight lines! January 23, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 Awesome Bait for finicky Bass On a recent March fishing trip, I located a bunch of bed s with very nervous and finicky "bucks". I tried some craw pappies, wooly hawg tails, and finess worms...Nothing worked. Then I remembered Preston Clark's bait that earned him the record setting catch on santee cooper. I put on a lil' critter craw, pumkinseed color, and WHAM, they started hammering it. The next 3 hours, me and my son caught 6 nice Bucks on beds. These baits are amazing and have now become my favorite march thru May bait. If you don't have some of these baits in your box, your missing out!! March 24, 2007
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A:A BPS tender tube lead head rigged straight through the body with the lead by the tail fished with jigging action.
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A:Chompers Shaky Head 1/8 or 3/16 oz weight will work fine
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