The new 6.6″ Craw Craw and 4.5″ Crave Craw Jr. is changing the soft plastic bait world as we know it. Customize the colors of the Crave Craw by putting on any of the Slip On Skirts that we also custom make and offer . The 6.6″ Crave Craw has three location to put skirts and the 4.5″ Crave Craw Jr. has two locations. The collars on the baits body will hold the skirt in place without any glue. When adding a skirt, get both pieces wet and be gentle when sliding into place. You can also pick up our skirt tool. The tool will open the skirts so you can slide the skirt in place with ease without the need for water. These baits do not need the skirts to catch fish, being a large bodied baits they are intended to catch large fish. You can rig and fish these baits with every style of hook on the market today, our choice is a shaky head or Texas rig. We also recommend a hook size of a #6 EWG or bigger. Every fisherman has a craw fish bait in the box, the bad thing is that they all have the same old bait that has been thrown in every lake for many years. This new bait has a profile that has never been seen by your fish, by adding a Slip On Skirt, you will change the bait every time you throw it.
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Jason Mullinax-I find the Crave Craw to be very versatile. I have fished it with a Ned Rig, I have Power Shot with it, but with out a doubt my favorite is to rig it on a swing head jig. I also skirt it and the vertical presentation is outstanding.
The 6.6 inch sinking crave craw is just down right awesome!!! You must get a package or two! Let me just tell you a story! March 28 I was fishing a bass tournament on lake of the Ozarks! The bass were not biting what so ever!!! Now if you’ve ever been on lake of the Ozarks you know you have to fish docks. I had thrown about everything I had in hard baits. Finally I decide to tie on a swimg head jig with a green Pumpkin 6.6 inch crave craw and slip on skirts. I started paralleling the docks. I started swimming it. After about 10 casts I hadn’t had any luck. The next cast I let it sink to the bottom and then my line started shooting out towards the middle. I began reeling up my slack and set the hook. I landed the largemouth bass and weighed it. The fish weighed out at 4.54lbs. I now have to say the 6.6 inch crave with the slip on skirt and swing jig is now my go to bait!!!
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