Big Bite Baits Craw Worm 10pk
Delivering a lively crustacean imitation that bass just can't resist, the Big Bite Baits Craw Worm features lifelike appendages and claws that come to life as soon as they hit the water. Designed with an elongated, slender profile, the Big Bite Baits Craw Worm is perfect for Texas-rigs, Carolina-rigs, jig trailers, and even has enough body for lighter flipping applications.
Fortified with Big Bite Baits always-effective Bug Juice as well, the Big Bite Baits Craw Worm incorporates ribbing along the tail section, which works to move water and helps it slow down its fall. Offered in a number of bass catchin' colors, the Big Bite Baits Craw Worm offers a lively action with the versatility to make it one of your go-to baits.
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Comments: Just tried these a couple days after Christmas. The bite has been slow and I've been throwing the usual winter bag of crankbaits, spinnerbaits, jigs and brush hogs. Tried these on a light T-rig with a 1/4 oz. sinker and nailed a couple decent bass right after and they've consistently produced for the past couple of days. Cold, stained water after a front can be tough, but these did the trick. Just as another reviewer wrote, detailed lures with very subtle action are not to be forgotten. These are a great tool for fishing cold or clear water.
From: Ryan B.: Little Elm, TX 12/29/16
Comments: We are so used to flapping craws that we tend to forget that the opposite end the the spectrum--limited action--has its uses, too. These work in clear water either as a jig trailer or texas rigged for heavy cover.
From: Dean: Apple Valley, MN 8/15/16
Comments: Had very good luck using the Big Bite Craw on the Z-Man Chatter Bait (I use the 3/8 oz and/or the 1/2 oz.) The chatter bait causes/makes/helps the claws movement/swim. Fast or slow retrieve work well, or letting it sink works okay too & the chatter bait's large strong hook give a solid hook set.
From: Frank: DE 5/22/16
Comments: Bought a couple packs of different colors & sizes and been messing around with these on different rigs. Killer drop shot bait, good jig trailer, excellent texas rigged with a bullet weight. But lately i was tinkering with neko rigs & tried it with this bait & I'm just speechless with the amount of bass that get fooled by this thing. With a neko rig it stands up claws up bounces & flaps on the bottom. Even jigging the bait up & down to swim works! It literally looks like a crawfish swimming away no joke. Its a very versatile bait & was very pleased with my purchase problem is I'm running out fast.
From: Roy: Brentwood, CA 4/27/16
Comments: These are awesome. I used a 1/0 worm hook & 1/4 tungsten sinker & rigged it weedless & caught more fish then my buddy using a netbait craw which mine set up was a smaller profile but they catch fish!
Comments: Excellent early season soft plastic before the bass want to chase fast moving baits. I rig it with 1/8oz weighted offset hook with 1/2 oz tungsten bullet weight. It stays glued to the bottom & has a hollow body so it feels right. Bass eat em up!
From: Kyle: Mt. Airy, MD 1/26/16
Comments: I finally got around to using these today. After being skunked for mor than 4 hours using hard baits & other plastics I turned to the craw worm. It didn't disappoint. I caught 4 quality bass in 30 mins in ONE craw. Great durability, great action & the color selection is amazing. Has a hollow body for rattles & maybe a cotton ball soaked with spike it or JJs. All I did was Texas rig it on a 3/0 Trokar hook & it was money! Good job Big Bite Baits!
From: Justin: Newark, NY 11/9/15
Comments: I used to order this exact same lure when it was a Lake Fork Tackle design then it was discontinued. What a heartbreaker. Sure was tickled to see BigBiteBaits once again producing them. IMO one of the most realistic craw imitations on the market. The bass love'em.
From: CoBo: ND 7/19/15
Comments: Outstanding early season bait when water is cold and clear. Found best results on a drop shot with a short tag fished on hard bottom areas. Put 30+ bass in my boat while other boats struggled to limit. Having a 3in option is a huge advantage. The 4in make solid shaky head baits too.
From: Trill: WI 5/5/15
Comments: Found these on sale locally and figured why not. First trip out I T rigged one up and proceeded to catch a mess of fish on them. I use the 4" and pinch them off right behind the tail very natural looking bait for clear water and picky bass.
From: Jerry: TX 9/7/14
Comments: 3" is a killer drop shot or shaky head bait for those tough bite days. 4" looks good, but I have not used it much yet.
From: Brad: NY 7/12/14