Finesse News Network's Gear Guide: Missile Baits' Drop Craw

Finesse News Network's Gear Guide: Missile Baits' Drop Craw

According to the folks at Missile Baits, their three-inch soft-plastic crayfish, which they call the Drop Craw,  is the first one created for drop-shot applications.
Finesse anglers can rig it Texas style or tipped with an exposed hook. The hook can be affixed to either the Drop Craw's head (between its two claws) or to its tail.  
Its slender claws will quiver and undulate with every twitch of an angler's rod.
Green PumpkinMidwest finesse anglers,  who traditionally shun the drop-shot motif, will affixed it to a 1/32- or 1/16-ounce Gopher Tackle Mushroom Head Jig.

It is available in eight colors. The suggested  retail price  for a package of 15 is $4.39.
For more information see: http://missilebaits.com

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