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Anybody out there try the jackall cover craw? how was it?

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Looks like it may give a Ika a run for it's money. First time I seen one, Tackle Tour has a review.

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I picked them up late last summer, caught a few fish on it in the limited time that I had it on the water. Looks like it has a lot of potential, will be in the rotation this year.

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Try the Imakatsu Dynagone, it's a better bait.

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I agree and disagree with T-rig, yup the Dynagone is a better bait, only problem with the Dynagone is that you can 't find them in the US while you can find the Cover Craw at TW, there 's where I disagree with T-rig in you trying to get the Dynagone.

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I like the cover craws pretty well. A little too thick in the body in my opinion but still an overalll good T-rig bait.Pretty good colors as well.

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The Cover Craw is really sweet! If you rig it weightless and reverse on the hook it actually falls away from you after you cast, much like the old flying lure used to but in an actual bait fish like. You can cast under logs, floating docks, ETC now because of this bait. Also, I like using the 3 inch for jig trailers or fishing it on a small jighead or texas rigged. Look at Tackle Warehouse for more information, there is a video on youtube that shows its falling action as well.  

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