Savage Gear 3D Craw
In a market that is flooded with craw-style baits, the Savage Gear 3D Craw stands head-and-shoulders above the rest. Created from a 3D scan of an actual crayfish, its true-to-life detailing and ultra-lively moving whiskers and legs deliver a whole new level of realism. Its two air-filled claws and an air-filled cavity also further accentuate its natural underwater movement, and give it a dead-on defensive crayfish posture when at rest. And if that wasn’t enough, the Savage Gear 3D Craw is also infused with iodine, salt, and a special crayfish scent that makes it even more enticing. Iodine in crawfish makes them a staple for big female bass egg development, and that is why Savage Gear infused the 3D craw with iodine, salt and crawfish scent.
To maximize the action and effectiveness of the 3D Craw, Savage Gear also developed three specialty rigging options – a Stand Up Jighead, Stealth Spike, and a Weedless Weighted Hook. Each rigging accessory is built specifically for the Savage Gear 3D Craw and Savage Gear 3D Shrimp to give them a highly reactive, lifelike movement. However you choose to fish it, the Savage Gear 3D Craw will blow you away once you see it in action.
Check out video footage of the Savage Gear 3D Craw in action by clicking on the ICAST 2013 icon below the main image.
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Comments: Found a bass in shallow water put this front of him an the bass just looked at it . Moved it along strike at it tried ripping claws off but didn't hold on to it long . I think this craw need some stronger scent that lets the bass keep it holding it longer than just a few seconds.
From: Erik: IL 5/8/16
Comments: The air pocket is easily pierced unless you tail hook the bait at the very end. Which presents the bait in an odd fashion. It's definitely real looking but action and presentation go hand in hand. You must have both because action is often more important than color or appearance. If it acts like food, it's probably food. There is nothing lifelike in appearance as a buzzbait or spinnerbait. yet they are a staple in a tackle collection. I personally will stick with Rage Craw trailers and other plastics that have the action I want. I've watched bass swim up to this bait while drop shotting & then watch them swim away too many times.
From: Jason: Rogers, AR 11/2/15
Comments: I liked how realistic they look and work in the water. To me its the the real thing when rigged on a swinging jighead. My only complaint is that the air pockets in the claws popped just sitting in the tackle box. So if they could fix it so those didn't pop open in hot weather that would be the only crawfish bait I would use.
From: Justin: Southfield, MI 9/24/15
Comments: Just got mine in the mail. Bought them since they look so realistic. They are hands down the most realistic looking craw I've had. Whether or not that catches me fish is still up in the air. Gonna be hard to get me away from the rage craw..
From: Andy: TX 2/28/15
Comments: Purchased a couple packs of each size in a couple colors. The candy color is an outright fish catcher. I used them with the stealth spike and was stitching the craw over some deep rock and the largemouth and smallmouth were all over it. I want to try the stand up jig head. Very lifelike and lots of leg and claw movement even on a very slow retrieve. I will be purchasing more in the future.
From: Charlie: AZ
Comments: I agree with the first comment, too pricey for what you get (or don't get ) bought both sizes and two rigging setups. The stand up jig is no better than any shakeyhead, and the glider system just spins in the water as far as I could tell. The 4/34 inch are about $3.33 a piece, not worth the money for one or two fish per.
From: Brett: IL