REPLACEMENT PACKS AVAILABLE IN THE MODEL PULL-DOWN!
There are lots of lures that look like a crayfish when they’re sitting still, but they don’t "do crayfish" when you move them. Until now, that is! In addition to looking exactly like a real crayfish in every detail, the Dahlberg Clackin’ Crayfish’s amazing hinged lip appears to actually grab water and pull the critter forward, exactly like a real crayfish! On free fall it even sinks like a real crayfish!
You have to see it to believe it!
And believe me, when a bass sees this, whether on the fall, the swim, crawl or just sitting still, THEY BELIEVE IT!
You can fish it like a jig, or swim it along the bottom. Fish it on drops, flats or weedlines. I suggest you fish it like it was a real crayfish and make it seem during the retrieve that it’s alternately scurrying to escape and stopping to hide on the bottom. You know just what it’s doing ’cause you can feel the tail kick with your rod tip when you accelerate the lure.
Crawl it, stroke it, swim it, rip it, let it fall, hang on.
|Model||Wt (oz)||L (in)||Hook||Action|
|Dahlberg Clackin’Crayfish 90||3 ⁄ 4||2 3 ⁄ 4||River2sea (BN) 2X Strong #3 ⁄ 0||sinking|
|Dahlberg Clackin’Crayfish 130||1 5 / 16||3 3 / 4||River2sea (BN) 2X Strong #5 ⁄ 0||sinking|
|Dahlberg Clackin’Crayfish 130 Trailer Pack||2 bodies|
The Dahlberg Clackin’ Crayfish can be fished many ways. The Dahlberg Clackin’ Crayfish was not designed to swim at slow speeds. For the bait to swim properly it must be retrieved at a consistent medium fast speed, with a short “rip” or “pop” to start the swimming motion. A strait retrieve is not always the most effective way to fish the lure. It can be pitched or cast into cover or structure, enticing strikes on the fall. Larry’s crayfish can also be inched along the bottom like a Texas rigged rubber worm. The Dahlberg Clackin’ Crayfish really excels when using the yoyo technique. To yoyo the bait, cast it out and let it sink to the bottom. Once the bait is on the bottom quickly raise your rod tip while retrieving some line to rapidly pull the bait forward and off the bottom, then immediately drop your rod tip and let the bait fall back down to the bottom, repeat this action until the lure is retrieved. The Dahlberg Clackin’ Crayfish can be fished on many different rod and reel combinations, but we recommend a 7’ medium heavy bait casting rod, 7:1.1 reel , spooled with your choice of 10-15lb monofilament or fluorocarbon line, tied directly to the split ring on the tail of the bait.