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craw

1. a less common word for crop
2. the stomach of an animal

craw

[krȯ]
(zoology)
The crop of a bird or insect.
The stomach of a lower animal.
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He was casting my 5/16ounce E-Series Finesse jig in brown/orange/natural craw with a green pumpkin Zoom Critter Craw.
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.
For greater bulk, go with a flapping craw, like Berkley's Chigger Craw or Strike King Rage Craw.
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.
We all know prespawn bass need the high calories and nutrients from craws to get ready for bedding.
Craws bring bulk, color options, and subtle vibration.
Classic craws like Larew's Salt Craw and Hale's Craw Worm and double-tail trailers also work.
Solid-bodied softbaits, particularly beaver-style creature baits and craws in the 3- to 4-inch range can be rigged with the hook point in the head of the bait instead of the tail.
Wherever I go, I fish two sizes of that jig (3/8- or 5/8-ounce), in two colors--golden craw, which is green pumpkin with a touch of gold and black flake, and blackblue.