I love this Craw-papi. Wow, that is incredible.
I tell you, when you’re working this Craw-papi it comes in so many different colors, sizes.
And the great thing about it is it’s got so much movement. We’re going to throw this one
back right here. It’s got so much movement. The Craw-papi just sits there. If you let
it free fall, it’s going to move, the crawdads are going to move with a lot of action. Watch.
Here we go. This is how you rig it. You’re going to come
in just right in through the backside. Come in just a quarter of an inch. Poke it through.
Come up and over the knot. Then you’re going to come in a put it right between the eyes.
And as far as working this, it’s a really, really simple technique. The main thing is
to give it slack. So if you pitch it [over], give it slack. That lure is going to fall
down, and just scoot it across the bottom, scoot it across the bottom. If you look at the design of this crawdad,
it’s got legs, it’s got the claws that resemble a crawdad; and when these things are moving
in the water, it displaces a lot of water. So if you’re in muddy water or even clean
water, they’ll fell that vibration of the crawdads and go over there and zone in on
it, and you’ll catch more fish. Try the Craw-papi and you’ll catch a whole lot more fish this