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Pro Lure Live Cray 80mm Soft Bait

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Pro Lure LIVE CRAY 80mm

The Live Cray is a detailed creature bait designed to imitate the fresh water cray/yabbie for the purpose of chasing bass and yellowbelly in the fresh but is right at home being used to target a range of salt water species. The lure features a ribbed underside from the tail right through to the claws along with a split belly to assist weedless rigging, and hollow claws to allow much more movement in the water. The curled feelers help to create vibration through the water column to help fish hone in. The testing phase was a complete success with the lure performing outstanding on all the desired targets. We also put the Live Crays to the test in the salt and nailed a range of species including jewfish, big flathead and snapper in the wash. Measuring in at 80mm from the claws to the tail, the Live Cray is a super versatile bait that all light tackle sport anglers need in their kit.

SPECIFICATIONS

TYPE: Creature bait, realistic freshwater yabbie soft bait

LENGTH: 80mm

COLOUR RANGE: 11 colours in the range, 9 UV enhanced

TECHNIQUE: Fish slow, short sharp twitches to imitate yabbie fleeing

RIG: Light spin or bait cast

LIVE CRAY PRIMARY TARGET SPECIES: Bass, Yellowbelly

 

OTHER PROVEN LIVE CRAY TARGET SPECIES

All Species that target Yabbies. Big bream, flathead, jewfish, inshore reef dwellers.

HOW AND WHERE TO USE THE LIVE CRAY

Fish natural or man made structures, deep edges and weedbeds. Hit the fresh water around submerged logs and other common snags for Bass and Perch.

LIVE CRAY TIPS

  • The Live Cray can be fished on a range of jighead weights, from very light hidden-weight jig heads, to heavy
    jigheads and also weedless.
  • Select the right weight for the structure you are fishing. For a slow sink rate presentation a 1/20th – 1/4 regular jighead is a good starting point for fishing deeper sections.
  • Fish the Live Cray slowly. Small subtle movements with the odd flick like a fleeing yabbie