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Berkley PowerBait makes novice anglers good and good anglers great! Berkley scientists have spent over 25 years perfecting an irresistible scent and flavor - the exclusive PowerBait formula. Fish love PowerBait so much they hold on 18 times longer, giving you the time and confidence to Feel More Bites - Set More Hooks and Catch More Fish!

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Berkley Limited Edition Pulse Realistic Gift Box 2022 is a treasure for softbait lovers, this giftbox holds baits that are perfect for pike, zander and perch fishing. The Pulse Realistic Roach has a great kicking motion that is irrisistable for active predators. The Pulse Realistic Perch contains a rolling swimming action and the Pulse Realistic Goby has a subtle tail action. Most of the baits are pre-rigged with the right Berkley Fusion 19 jigheads, so you are ready to fish.

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This super realistic crayfish has a floating body and claws. This means that when fishing on a Texas Rig, Carolina Rig, Cheb Rig, Ned Rig or Jighead the Craw will stand up on the bottom, just like a real crayfish doen when defending itself. Absolutely impossible to resist for any big perch or zander. And if that's not enough, the added shrimp flavor will trigger them.

  • Hollow body and claws
  • Super realistic design
  • Shrimp flavor
  • Fantastic colors
  • Widely applicable

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The Crabby imitates a crab to perfection! The Crabby is not all about looks and that Gulp! scent though, it gets better than that. The Crabby features a ‘keeled’ belly that helps to keep it tracking straight on retrieve allowing the swimmers, legs and claws to flutter enticingly. Another great feature of the keeled belly is the horizontal free–fall or drop when used with a light-weight jig head. This makes it ideal for fishing structure where the angler wants a natural ‘sink’ such as boat hulls, racks, pontoons and walls. Flick the Crabby up against a boat hull or rock wall and watch it free-fall horizontally into the depths with its appendages fluttering on the way down and hang on!