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craw

(krô)
n.
1. The crop of a bird or insect.
2. The stomach of an animal.
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The Mississippi Missile, in 1/8-and 1/4-ounce sizes, is reminiscent of Vollumbroso's Coyote Ugly and Baby Craw, which have no need of a trailer.
Mr Craw, from Tullibody, Clacks, said: "It's discrimination.
But now Mr Craw has learned that increases will only apply to squaddies killed on or after April 1, 2005.
The difference in fall rate, say between a Zoom Super Chunk and a Netbait Paca Craw on the back of a 3/8-ounce jig, is substantial.
Adams held the fifth annual Craws for a Cause on April 28 and promised to donate $10,000 to the March of Dimes.
James and Ray Craw discovered son, Andrew, was worth just pounds 19,000 when he died last January.
If I want to imitate craws, I use a Lunker City Piggy Back or a Zoom Super Chunk on a skirted football head.
Research there has found that invasion by rusty craws, which were brought in by anglers for bait and in some cases spread to other waters via migration, has meant reductions in native craws.
Top choices include beavers, creature baits, and craws.
It also has a special wire keeper, shaped like a tiny, long-shank hook, to secure craws. Damiki's Tigi Tungsten is a micro finesse jig, available in weights from 1/30 to l/10 ounce, with a small but potent hook and delicately tied skirt.
A set of Jungle Toad craws are packaged with a hefty Warhead Weight and big offset-shank, wide-gap hook, with instructions for reverse-rigging.
In some situations, I've found that trailers with flapping claws, such as Big Bite Baits' Swimming Craw, Berkley's PowerBait Chigger Craw, and Strike King's Rage Craw provide the added vibration to garner strikes.