Followed by shrimp and crayfish
Focus on the third crustacean bait “crab”
In areas where crabs live, such as rivers, reservoirs, and ponds, they often eat regularly.
There are many lures with crawfish and shrimp motifs, but Drift Crab is a good match as a soft bait that specializes in crabs.
Embodying the secret tune
A secret tune that uses two RV drift claws with the fuselage cut together.
Attracts bass with a slight stream of water
In addition to wacky settings, it is also compatible with a wide range of rigs using offset hooks, such as leaderless down shots and free rigs.
Even at the bottom, the legs sway finely with the slightest current, attracting bass.
symmetrical arm parts
The parts of the limbs attached to the left and right parry the water flow, each acting in a complex manner to create a fascinating wave motion.
The flat body imitates a crab, and uses the left and right arms as balancers to fall slowly while maintaining a horizontal posture. It looks exactly like a crab.
In order to reproduce the crab's unique fall speed, which is neither too slow nor too fast, the body design has a depression on the ventral side of the body to catch water appropriately.