NetBait Paca Chunk
When a company goes to the trouble of putting a patent on the claws of a trailer you know the action and appearance must be something special. NetBait did exactly that with their Paca Chunk trailers. The patented design gives the claws of the Paca Chunk an action never before seen in a trailer. The Paca Chunk works great as a jig trailer or it can be fished on a round ball jig head. NetBait also incorporated a solid body on the Paca Chunk so this trailer will stay secure anyway it is fished.
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Comments: the pack chuck is the best all around trailer I have ever used. They have the action I am looking for and the color selection is awesome.
From: David: Eddyville, KY 4/8/16
Comments: I first started using Paca Chunks a few years ago when fishing on Kentucky Lake. I loved them from the first time I put one on the back of my jig & this is now the only trailer I use.
From: Tim: Brownstown, IN 4/8/16
Comments: One of the best trailers out there. The claws have a unique zig-zag pattern on them that makes them flap, even with little movement of the bait. Works good on anything from flipping jigs, football head jigs, swim jigs, and maybe even spinnerbait trailers.
From: Ross: TN 1/18/16
Comments: The best trailer for dirty water got it in black and blue and paired it up with the 1/4 oz bitsy bug from strike king I caught my personal best weighing in at 9 lb 5 oz would highly recommend these
From: Dontrell: Minneapolis, MN 1/4/16
Comments: I've caught fish on these just reelin em over all the lily pads slowly Texas rigged. The arms just flap & smack the water. Almost like a buzz bait.
From: Steven: MI 11/21/15
Comments: I've had great success on big bass in colder water temps when I pair these with buckeye mini mop jigs and just drag it on the bottom. The best feature is that the claws stand straight up when at rest & tempt the big girls into eating.
From: Gavin: LA 9/23/15
Comments: This is my confidence jig trailer. I have tried several other brands but find my self coming back to these. They are priced great and i usually loose my jig before i have to replace a chunk. What more could you ask for?
From: Thursty: MD 3/28/15
Comments: These are amazing trailers. I rigged them to a Dirty Jig's Alabama Craw color and used the Kentucky Special chunk and the black sapphire, they hammered it. I went from zero bits using a paddle tail swim bait to 3 bits (2 jumped off :( )back to back in the same area. The paddle tails worked great in the morning but went dead around 10 am, the Paca Chunks kick started the bits again. The action on the craws is crazy at any speed. The only down fall is the claws are good fpr maybe 2 fish and then need replacing. Good thing is they are cheap so pick up more then 1 pack, you're going to need them.
From: Danny: Ladson, SC 7/19/14
Comments: Some of the best plastics EVER. I've used the Paca's for years and they are, by far, my preferred jig trailer. I currently have these paired with a few variants of the NuTech jigs and the completed presentation looks AMAZING. Can't wait to see if the bass feel the same way...
From: Kenny: Tucson, AZ 7/11/14
Comments: Perfect trailers. I throw mainly the 2 inch size on the back of a Strike King Bitsy Bug flipping jig and that doesn't mean I only catch small fish with it. The size of fish I've landed on that tiny bait amaze me. I've even caught crappy flipping with these as the trailer. The arms move in the water all by themselves and the scent seems to be prefered by the fish in my area compared to that of similar looking craw trailers.
From: Victor: St. Catharines, Ontario 6/22/14
Comments: This has got to be one of the best trailers i have ever used i have actually just texas rigged it before in lakes and ponds and the bass love em!
From: Christian: NC 5/9/14
Comments: Though I use rage chunks more often, the paca chunk is still a very good trailer that gets regular use from me. I use it when the fish want a different look from the ragers, or to switch up colors. Very good action, can't go wrong with these either.
From: Tyler: Grand Junction, CO 4/18/14
Comments: Best trailers on the market. These things stay on jigs very well. They have great action and bass love em!
From: Unknown: USA 4/17/14
Comments: The action on these bad boys are amazing. The stay on the jig very well. Only issue I was having is that the claws rip off pretty easy.
From: Billy: Fresno, CA 3/7/14
Comments: my buddy gave me a alabama craw colored chunk and i never paid much attention to it. after sitting in my truck bed for a good number of months, i ran out of trailers and threw this one on. WELL BUILT. This is stayed on my jig fish after fish. slipped down once or twice out of plenty of fish. the action is what amazed me, no matter how slow or fast, them claws keep flapping! i wont tell u what color is good because the action is what gets em TIGHT LINES
From: Chris: Forsyth, GA
Comments: These are some great trailers. The claws move like crazy when you swim these guys! The only thing I don't like is the fact that the claws are limp when not sitting on the bottom, but I guess you sacrifice claw stiffness for awesome swimming action! Definitely worth the money though
From: Chris: ME
Comments: Super duper trailer. Cool flappy action. Yeah the tails get bitten off but put on a fresh one and get back in the game!
From: Meatwad: Alantown
Comments: Best Trailers on the Market. Natural Crawl Sr help me win a few tournaments this year. Can't go wrong with a Netbait Paca Chunk.
From: A: USA
Comments: Great Price! Great Quality! No other trailer can match the same value and selection! Sr are a bit too big for MN and tear easier than the smaller ones. My recommendation is the Chunk or Tiny Sizes. Get them! You won't be disappointed!
From: X: Twin Cities, MN, USA
Comments: These are awesome. I use natural craw on a jighead and catch a very mixed bag of fish. Even catfish!
From: Zach: OH
Comments: I bought a pack of these awhile back just tried them the other day. i couldnt keep the fish off my jig the fish were killin um but i went through a pack of chunks in 12 min. the claws were tearing off on every fish due to the small piece of plastic holding the claws on, but that is what gives it the action.
From: D: NC
Comments: Good trailer but strike king rage craw chunk have better action in my opinion.
From: Bryson, WV
Comments: Claws have great action! Very durable but like other chunks sunnys will nible it right off. Different variety of colors and sizes. This is my go to chunk baits. Ordering more in a bit.
From: Al: MN
Comments: I tried these for the first time last season and they are a winner! Before these i was strictly using zoom chunks but i am definitely going to use netbait more this season. The action is great, the durability is great and the price just blows away the competition. I have caught so many bass with these as trailers that at the end of the day not only did i have bass thumb but my arm was sore from setting the hook all day on these lures. Great product i would recommend these to anyone!
Comments: If I had to chose one trailer to use it would be NET baits. I can't find another trailer with action like these have. For the price these cannot be beaten.
From: Jake: WI
Comments: Love these trailers, absolutely can not beat them! Claws have great action, these have great scent GREAT color collection and best of all, very cheap! love em, love em, love em!!!
From: Jake: Cocoa, FL
Comments: This is the absolute best trailer I have ever used. The claws have a crazy flapping action and the texture is very nice. It has good scent and a huge color selection. The only possible con is that the claws can break of after a few fish, but at $2.19 a pack, that's not a problem. Amazing craw; best there is!
From: Micah: Honeoye Falls, NY
Comments: patent hahaha waste of time, you can buy a mold just as good if not better off bass takle,plus to get around a patent you could just make the claws a little longer have or put 3 eyes on it, bass cant tell
From: Matt: St. George, Utah
Comments: Very good trailer. A buddy left a jig with one on it in my boat. During my tournament yesterday I used that jig to catch one deep and cull that fish out later swimming the same jig swimming around shallow cover. We ended up winning with almost ten pounds. Very versital trailer.
From: Jonathon: TN
Comments: great craws but i wish tw had the cinnamon purple
Comments: Great lure for trailers and if your willing to work with it you can fit an 1/0 hook on and work it very slow on spinning tackle.
From: JP: St. Peters, MO
Comments: I use them on an olive aero jig to catch rainbow and lake trout through the ice. the tiny paca chunk is a sick bait for trout.
From: Jay: Boulder, CO
Comments: Love these things. Just claws break off kind od easy. but who cares! their cheap and are arguably the best trailer
Comments: The only jig trailer I will use. Great action and good color selection.
From: Kenny: Shepherdsville, KY
Comments: best jig trailor i have ever used!!!!! i love using a summer craw chunk on a booya boo jig in green pump colr. do yourself a favor and GET SOME!!!!!
Comments: the best trailer i have ever used i flip/pitch fish it on spinerbaits and buzzbaits and fish it alone on small jigs! the only problem i find little bluegill and small bass take the claws right off but i have had tremendous luck on one clawed paca chunks
From: Nick: Canada
Comments: Great trailer, and smallmouth candy fished alone on a 3/16-1/4 oz football head or a small gopher head. Yeah the claws come off too easy but nothin rings the dinner bell for bass than a craw w/ only one claw. Easy Meal
From: Jee: New Jersey, USA
Comments:Best trailer on the market. fish a lot of used water / back of boat they have helped my catch ratio tremendously. They also do a great job as a spinnerbait or buzzbait trailer. Especially on a buzzbait with the skirt cut down to almost nothing
From:Kelly: Logan, WV
Comments:Best trailer I have ever used. The bass can't leave them alone.
From:Keith: West Plains, MO
Comments:Good chunks for river smallies on 1/4 oz football heads. Only problem with them is the smaller fish tend to pull the claws off. For the price, quantity, and quality, it's worth the money.
From:Jeff: Indianapolis, IN