When crayfish feel threatened they raise up their claws in defence. The HOURRA CRAW captures this natural behaviour. The claws are filled with air bubbles that rise up when the lure is stopped whilst maintaining a natural body position. The antennas and claws give off plenty of vibration that often trigger an attack after a long pause. Try adding the articulated movement of a G’FLIP lead for an even more natural movement that seems to hypnotises predators. A median line on the thorax helps position your hook perfectly. Impregnated to the core with salt and shellfish attractant.