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What's Your Favorite Crawfish Style Bait And Color?

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Mine is definitely a Baby Paca Craw or Zoom Ultravibe Speed Craw! Both in Summer Craw colors, what about you guys?

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It's either a baby paca craw in Alabama craw, paca melon, or watermelon spice. I also really like sweet Beavers in the infection color. Green pumpkin Zoom speed craws are awesome sometimes to.

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I like chigger craws, rage craws, and 4.5" grandebass mega craws. Check it out @ grandebass.com

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oh , don't forget the crawfish pattern crankbaits too. Dick's had the live target craws on sale for 3 bucks, not sure if it is still on- I bought 9 of them bad boys.

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I like chigger craws, rage craws, and 4.5" grandebass mega craws. Check it out @ grandebass.com

Ahh man I love Megaclaws too! and I got to go check out those live targets! 3 bucks?! Can't beat it.

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Zoom Super Speed Craw in blue berry color worked best for me last year.

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Rage craw or Yum craw papi.

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I love rage craws of course. My best producer as of this winter is the strike king finesse football jig in whiskey craw with a baby rage craw. Has been dynamite so far.

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Northstar jig in camo craw, brown craw, or watermellon magic paired with a yamamoto baby flappin craw is my go to and has produced for me regardless the body of water im fishing. When trigging I have done well on the lg yamamoto flappin craw.

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Rage Craw in Blue Craw of Summer Craw depending on their mood.

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Paca craw for a craw that "flaps", GYCB craws for one that don't..............both in green pumpkin.

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I'm not a jig and trailer kind of guy, but I gave it a good test yesterday.  I bought one of Big O's Rage baits, in all honesty it was easy fishing, never waiting long for a strike.  Not only did I catch quite a few bass, but caught a mayan and had my line broken from what I think was a gar.  Put senkos on after I lost my jig and the bite continued to be good, maybe I hit a good day, but I still prefer a faster pace to my fishing even if I catch less fish.

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Rage Baby Craw, Craw & Lobster

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I use the Zoom Super Speed Craw, Rage Craw, or the Gene Larew Biffle Craw.

 

But I can tell you from fishing the freshwater marshes below Morgan City, LA all the way over to Venice, LA at the mouth of the Mississippi River for over 30 years, a T-Rigged Gene Larew 4" Salt Craw in black/blue claws has been my most productive bait in that area by far no matter what time of the year.

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Heres mine--My favorite flipping bait

 

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Heres mine--My favorite flipping bait

 

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Sweet. Although I wouldn't consider it a craw, that one would produce by itself. 

My favorite is any version of the PacaCraw line in the same color.  I'll often dip the appendages in SpikeIt to get that two tone on them.

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Try the MegaBug, you will REALLY like it!

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I won't say i have a favorite as I've only used them the last 2 days.  Of the 3 I bought I prefferd the Yum crawdad as it was more durable and stayed on the jig significantly better.  Over the last 2 days about 20 fish were caught,  changing brands quite often I found catchability to be identical.

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A hot bite can certainly level the playing field.

 

Something I like to do is change up the colors using the same bait.

I did this last summer ledge fishing on Pickwick. The answer that day

was purple worms only!

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I like the rage craw in watermelon candy it seems to always produce.

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BPS Tournament Series Incredible Craw is my favorite on the back end of a jig. Green Pumpkin with Chartruse craws. I usually take the legs off and one of the craws when fishing it. Not saying it makes a difference but it has worked real well for me.

 

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A hot bite can certainly level the playing field.

 

Something I like to do is change up the colors using the same bait.

I did this last summer ledge fishing on Pickwick. The answer that day

was purple worms only!

No denying about a hot bite.  Being in Florida this time of year it's really about bass and it isn't really too hard, other times of the year it's much more challenging.  The reverse is true for other species, I catch more bass in a couple of hours than I've caught fish at the beach, 4 snook and 1 barracuda in the last 3 weeks.  Summer time snook everywhere and can't catch a bass to save my life.

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I love netbait but still bust out my gene Kareem salt craws now and again and they still produce.....

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