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anybody fish strike king rage craws

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I fish them ALOT! I texas rig them with tru tungsten and they are great. I also use the rage tail chunks for trailers on my jigs.

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I use the rage tail shad and toad and absolutley love their effectiveness on top water. The only downside is the tail rips fairly easy after just a few fish. Thats a bummer when you take their cost into consideration. I most likely will use the craw texas rigged with heavy bullet sinker to punch through pads of millfoil this coming year though. Heard good things.

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I like the chigger craws as well. Little softer and dont last as long, but love to texas rig them. Use the rage craws on swim jigs as well

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Hiya -

I used 'em a little last year. Kind of remind me of a craw Mann's used to make in the 80s that had swimming legs. I did like them on a football head when I used them. I don't t-rig craws much but I bet they'd be great for that too. They did seem fairly durable.

I like Chigger Craws but they do tear up fast. Paca Craws are still probably my favorite, especially since you can stuff an Alka Zeltzer in the hollow body.

cheers,

Rob Kimm

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I use them all the time, they have become my go to plastic on jigs. I have used them T-rigged, but my first choice when rigging is the Rodent.

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I used em a little out on the st. croix this year. I like the rage claws most of the time, but sometimes it seems the rage's just have too much action

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I used them ALOT last year...I really like the Craws for a trailer on a swim jig...I used the Chunks for this too but had way more luck with the larger profile Craw. Bama Craw is my favorite color...they really move some water and look fantastic on the fall.

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They worked really well for me this year using them with a punch skirt and a tru tungsten weight. Caught alot of big bass last year punching through the milfoil with this setup. My only problem is that the pike love them and they claws are not very durable. I bet that I spent $150 last year on these alone.

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