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Crabby Bass Lures has seasoned anglers who test our products prior to being released to the public. Chuck and I encourage customers to give us feedback on our products. CBL has progressed as a company to where we are now because of the feedback we have received. We will be adding new products to our line as our company grows. Thank you for your interest and support of Crabby Bass Lures!  More Crabby Bass Lures on DuPage Angler



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CSimon2 replied the topic: #5185 12 Aug 2012 09:47
LOL! Let is know how you did.
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Marty Rogers replied the topic: #5184 12 Aug 2012 06:09
I had a dream about giant panfish last night. I am going to try the Crabby Helgie today for MONSTER sunnies!
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CSimon2 replied the topic: #3861 20 May 2012 12:42
SWEET!
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mwolthusen replied the topic: #3860 20 May 2012 09:03
I jus went on to the website and the "Mr Pincher" might be the next thing added to my tackle box!! ;)
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CSimon2 replied the topic: #3859 20 May 2012 07:31
I don't think it was ever announced on here, but we have a website up and running for Crabby Bass Lures. Please check it out at www.crabbybasslures.com . You can place orders right through the website. Thank you for your support!
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wilks19 replied the topic: #2607 31 Mar 2012 08:25
We will get working on them.
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Marty Rogers replied the topic: #2605 31 Mar 2012 08:20
DA needs 15 bags of that new green color Wils19 came up with. Let me know what you need from me and if they are still available. Thanks. Oh they are the wacky worms.
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wilks19 replied the topic: #1788 06 Mar 2012 09:46
Thanks everyone. They were a blast to make. They turned out perfect! More pics to come.
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CSimon2 replied the topic: #1779 06 Mar 2012 06:59
Thanks guys! I am going to be testing out a few of the baits during my lunch today. Let's see if I can catch some hawgs with them. I will report later. Thanks again!
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mwolf replied the topic: #1774 05 Mar 2012 22:33
The new ones look great guys!
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SoonerBass replied the topic: #1772 05 Mar 2012 21:54
New wacker looks good for wackey riggin!
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CSimon2 replied the topic: #1765 05 Mar 2012 20:05

Darkstar72 wrote: Nice work guys!! How big is the craw?


The craw is 5". I am really happy with the way it turned out.
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Darkstar72 replied the topic: #1764 05 Mar 2012 19:46
Nice work guys!! How big is the craw?
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CSimon2 replied the topic: #1762 05 Mar 2012 19:34
Here are a couple of new baits we are now making.

This one is going to replace the 5" Whacker. We are having issues with our current mold of the original Whacker


This is Mr. Pincher
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CSimon2 replied the topic: #1304 15 Feb 2012 22:50
Of couse! Here they are:

These are The Zipper, Slim Jim, and Baby Beast II

Baby Phat

The Annihilator

Bass Slaughterer

Baby Beast II

The Whacker


Let us know if you have any more questions. Thank you!
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SoonerBass replied the topic: #1298 15 Feb 2012 21:58
Any place we can see sample photos of all these different plastics?

Thanks.
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wilks19 replied the topic: #1287 15 Feb 2012 15:18
Thanks majorloss. It is a great deal of fun and we are enjoying every minute of it.
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CSimon2 replied the topic: #1286 15 Feb 2012 15:04
Hey fisherpeople! Listed below are all of the plastics we make, along with the pricing, the different colors, glitters, and scents. Any of the lures can be made in any of the colors, glitters and scents you would like. Please be specific as to what you want as we will be making each order custom for you as they come in. You can email your orders to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Email us for payment options. Pricing does not include shipping or delivery charges. We are determining the best shipping methods.

Lures: Price:
The Whacker (5” stick worm).....................................$5.00/10
The Whacker II (4” stick worm)..................................$5.00/10
The Annihilator (3” curly tail grub).............................$5.00/15
Phat Slaughterer (2.75” shad)...................................$5.00/8
Slim Jim (Drop shot worm)........................................$5.00/12
The Zipper (4.5” curly tail zipper worm).....................$5.00/10
Bass Slaughterer (4” minnow shad)...........................$5.00/12
Baby Beast (4.25” creature)........................................$5.00/10
Baby Beast II (3.5” creature).......................................$5.00/10

Colors:
Red
White
Blue
Yellow
Watermelon
Black
Flo Orange
Rootbeer
Transparent Flo Red

Glitter:
Black
Red
Purple
Blue
Gold

Scents:
Anise
Garlic

*All lures are made with salt added
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majorloss67 replied the topic: #1280 15 Feb 2012 06:27
Guys,

The Crabby Bass plastics line looks great...glad you are having fun making them and I cannot wait to test them this year.

For those who never worked with plastics before....I was one of you over a year ago and it is great patience is definitley a key but I had more success with plastics last year than I had with anything in my life. These guys have given great advice and is a great place to learn little tips and refine how you already fish.

majorloss67
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wilks19 replied the topic: #1279 14 Feb 2012 22:18
Cuddlefish- You can wacky rig them or Texas Rig them. I have done both and have done well both ways. Good luck and thanks.
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Cuddle Fish replied the topic: #1276 14 Feb 2012 21:41
Just a basic spinning rod set. I can use 8 - 10 pound mono no problem. I think I will try that method. This season is going to be great I can tell!!
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Darkstar72 replied the topic: #1275 14 Feb 2012 20:30
Through the line and rod you'll feel a tap, tap. On that second tap SET the hook and reel in your fish.
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pondboy replied the topic: #1272 14 Feb 2012 19:49
The line depends less on the bait and more of the fishing combo you are planning on using. What do you have? The most common method of a senko is that you cast out let it slowly sink to the bottom Then lift so the bait swings upward. Then let it drop and repeat. It look like a dying fish trying to kick just a couple more times before it bites it. lol
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Cuddle Fish replied the topic: #1271 14 Feb 2012 19:00
gee that was fast Brutus. Thanks for the help. Now I need to know what line and how to cast and jerk it around.
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Brutus replied the topic: #1270 14 Feb 2012 18:58
here is one way you can rig them.