Charlie Brewer's Slider Heads - Crappie

   

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1/16 oz.

1/16 oz.

Orange

18

#1 Hook

Model:
CSH16BBULK

1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Orange

18

#1 Hook

Model:
CSH8BBULK

1/32 oz.

1/32 oz.

Orange

18

#1 Hook

Model:
CSH32B

1/16 oz.

1/16 oz.

Chartreuse

18

#1 Hook

Model:
CSHC16B

1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Chartreuse

18

#1 Hook

Model:
CSHC8B

1/32 oz.

1/32 oz.

Chartreuse

18

#1 Hook

Model:
CSHC32B
Charlie Brewer's Crappie Slider Heads are the favorite for many top slab hunters. The Crappie Slider Heads' weedless design means they are especially useful when chasing crappie in and around their favored habitat—in brush. Charlie Brewer's Crappie Slider Heads are outfitted with a size 1 hook and measure 1-1/2'' long.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by unique style I have been using these over 30 years.They catch crappie bass and bream on any kind of water.Just put it where they are and you get bit.I use the 1 1/2" slider in white mainly but I also use the 4" worms in cold water and when the bite is slow,I fish the small slider tail down.I use a simple loop knot to tie these on. March 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by just what i needed i was having trouble getting hung up at one of my honey holes it was a leaning tree in bout 10 ft water with lots of limbs i new the slabs were there but my regular jigs kept getting hung in the branches i bought the charlie brewer snagless hooks problem solved i was then able to verticle jig my grubs thru the limbs made all the difference between catching slabs and getting hung up every body at the boat ramp cant figure out what im using in the brush and i havent told them either i will be buying more May 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by more than just sliders I use these as soon as the weeds start to grow thick to get in where the crappie are, in the thick dark weeds and trees.love the differnt colors, and useing the heads on 2.5'' gulp minnows along with the crappie sliders.No one can go wrong haveing these on the lake. June 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent crappie hook I fish these hooks with the crappie slider grub, and they work great. I fish heavy cover and I can get the jig and the grub through thick cover without getting hung up. I fish the grub tail down, and it seems that I get a lot more strikes that way. I use the orange head and white tail most of the time. July 6, 2010
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The wire on these sliders is as thin as the wire on normal crappie jigs and very sharp.I doubt the size would affect catching a crappie
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no not at all crappie have good size mouths for there size i found with a #1 hook i miss alot less strikes
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The size hook is perfect for crappie. I have caught many a crappie using size 1 hooks.
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im not so sure ive cought crappie fishing for bass with soft plastics on 3 and 4 s
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no a six hook or a four if they are big
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what size should i use for the 1-1/2 inch Charlie Brewer's Crappie Slider Grub. thanks a bunch.
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These come in 2 sizes and I use the smaller in water less than 6' and the larger size in water deeper than 6'.
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1/16oz with a #1 hook they work great
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I use the 1/16 oz and 1/8 oz the best, but it depends on the depth you are fishing, and what the fish want.
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Hello MountainMike: As Charlie Brewer explained it back in the 70's, no matter whether your fishing the Crappie Grub or the 4" slider worm for bass fish the lightest slider head you can get away with. If the crappie or bass are deep go to the next heavier head. Something they didn't mention in thier ads is you can shave off some of the lead on the slider heads to make them weigh even less depending on conditions. I've been using them for over30 yrs. now and swear by them. When they won't bite anything else throw a Slider and your in business!!! I've placed in several tournament using them. With kindest regards, Rick.
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The baits that can be used with this jig are on a long list including the sliders and slider 4" worms and other worms,craws,and even gitzits that are on the small side.They just have an excellent swimming action on any small plastic lure
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u can rig them weedless while fishing around brush with any 1 1/2 charlie brewer slider grub or any curly tail grub but i have to say the charlie brewer slider grub is hard to beat the crappie cant resist the tite action the paddle tail adds to the grub crappie,bream and bass cant leave them alone
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white with blue tail or chart with black tail. For bass go with Strike King Baby Craw black with blue flake.
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There is an actual bait called the slider. They come as worms or crappie jigs. Those are what they are made for and they work very well. You can also use any grub. Be creative and experement with them because we have all a preffered way to fish these.
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