OSP DoLive Craw

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The development of the ultimate craw bait, DOLIVE CRAW started from testing thoroughly hog and craw style lures.

After continuous tests in tanks and actual fishing, we found that bass will only bite a lure when it moves like a real creature.

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DOLIVE CRAW, the first worm of O.S.P tempts bass at any moment because every part moves efficiently. Its appeal increases bite when it falls with different movement of each part.

Immediately after grounding, body falls first, and scissors and sensory tentacles fall down slowly. This time- difference action fascinates bass. And every parts keep seducing tempting bass by various kind of temptation. Thus, this worm never loses lively feeling.

SwingHands
“Swing Hands” of DOLIVE CRAW catch the water well when it falls and swims and keep swinging charmingly. The way it catches the water is strong but natural. So the action works even when bass is not active.

High Pitch Legs
Almost like a shrimp and crawfish that paddle water busily, four reverse legs tremble lively when it falls and swims.

HulaHige
Falling, staying, shaking…no matter how we use this bait, the sensory tentacles of DOLIVE CRAW move well and attract fish. These are the “Killer Parts” that make fish bite.

Functional Body Shape
Top priority of DOLIVE CRAW is functionality. So it pursued body shape that achieves both snugless ability and hooking ability. It has moderate width and depth to facilitate embedding the point of offset hook.

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OSP DoLive Craw

OSP DoLive Craw

The development of the ultimate craw bait, DOLIVE CRAW started from testing thoroughly hog and craw style lures.

After continuous tests in tanks and actual fishing, we found that bass will only bite a lure when it moves like a real creature.