Zoom® Ultra-Vibe Speed Craw - 3-1/2"
- Incredibly versatile
- Can be fished alone or on a rig
- High-action tentacles
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 90 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by dowhatta Does double duty well The speed craw does a great job as a Carolina rig bait or as a pitching bait on a Texas-rig. It will punch grass OK, but you need a little more weight than with some of the specially designed grass craws or a tube. The bait doesn't look like much out of the water, but it comes alive on the fall. When I'm pitching boat docks, I'll usually have a speed craw in bullfrog color (Grn. Pumpkin/chartreuse laminate) on a 2/0 hook with a 1/4-oz or 5/16-oz weight ready. The slower fall and wilder action will get strikes behind guys pitching jigs to the same cover. November 20, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bassonly Versatile Craw This craw is a great little heavy cover bait that doubles nicely as a trailer. It works best with a 3/0 to 4/0 wide gap hook. Use at least a 3/16 ounce weight to make the claws flutter. I usually like a 1/4-ounce or larger. It truly is a great craw for numbers. I prefer a slightly larger craw if I am targeting big fish, as this bait gets loads of strikes. I keep several bags of each color on hand at all times. June 25, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by MontBod Good Vibes This is an incredibly versatile lure. Great for pike, smallies, crappie and largemouth( just caught an 8lb.8oz) Let's not forget the action with Channel catfish, incredible ...caught several 6to 8 pounders with the Pearl. Looking forward to trying lure in Alaska for silvers. Ist time fisherman can score big with these craws. Great action. Good luck, Bod June 22, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by DoubleJ zoom ultravibe speed craw! This is an amazing bait. Zoom seems to always come through. I had been using grubs and worms and such and the fishing ( for lm bass) was getting slow. So i tried one of these in the watermelon seed color and caught a 2 pounder, two 4 pounders, and a 7 pounder. I am very pleased with this bait. June 20, 2007
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Details:which is better: this or the zoom super speed craw
A:I think the Ultravibe speedcraw is more versatile. In certain situations when bass are sluggish and just aren't quite as aggressive, i'll bite off the back inch of the craw and allow for those short hits to be in the boat. However when they are hitting ...it's still a killer of a lure. Never....never fails.
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A:I like a sleek bait, the super speed craw has too much drag and feels like you have some grass dragging on the bait.
A:Regular Speed craw is the right choice. small compact easy to use. Tons of action. The super craw is hard to cast because of all the plastic. and it doesnt have great action.
A:I feel the ultravibe speed craw is the more productive of the 2
A:The Ultravibe is better and is a more productive bait
A:I like the Ultravibe a little better although i do seem to catch fish a little larger with the super speed craw
A:I've fished both and got twice as many bits on the ultarvib. Bigger fish will probably be caught on the speed craw early in the year, the second half of the year fish the ultravib.
A:Watermelon Red, Watermelon Candy, Black Blue, Green Pumpkin Red
A:green watermelon is working in the TN lakes
A:if they have green or brown in them, they are good, they look natural
A:water melon red flake and watermelon magic
A:It depends on the water clairity and natural forage. But pumpkin and green pumpkin are usually a safe bet
A:pumkin, green pumkin,and black blue are always safe colors
A:June Bug, Cinnamon Purple, black/red glitter, GREEN PUMPKIN/BLUE FLASH
A:cinnamon purple .. watemelon red flk.
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A:okechobee craw color....i think they have it......
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