Berkley PowerBait CNGW Chroma-Glow Crappie Nibbles - Glow White

Berkley PowerBait CNGW Chroma-Glow Crappie Nibbles - Glow White

Price: $4.99
Model
TD Code
DescriptionJar WeightColorPrice
CNGW
BER-0637-3
PowerBait Chroma-Glow Crappie Nipples1.10Glow White$4.99 USD

Berkley scientists have spent 25 years plus perfecting an alluring 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!

Berkley PowerBait Chroma-Glow Crappie Nibbles Features:

  • Glowing formula nibbles Glow the Color You See
  • Slowly disperses scent cloud to attract crappie and panfish for more bites
  • Soft, yet long lasting, petite, preformed nibbles are easy to use with less mess
  • Non- floating formula - ideal for tipping jigs or filling tube baits
5 Stars based on 1 reviews
By zak
Arkansas
Great lure scent for crappie
July 2, 2020
I started using Powerbait Crappie Nibbles years ago after reading an article that they enhanced your chances during winter when the water is colder and fish metabolism has slowed. It turned out the article was right. My catch ratio soared so much that I now use them all the time, even in warm weather. A good friend and a great crappie fisherman who scoffed at the idea, and who constantly out caught me, started using them after watching me out catch him.
ProsThese nibbles are easy to grasp, even with my arthritic fingers, and place on a hook. They last a long time and, even if they dry out and harden, I have found putting a small, wadded up damp paper towel in the jar with them will bring them back to softness. They also come in several colors. I like the white color because as I read once, they look like an egg sac and that made some sense to me.
ConsThe only con I have ever read is that if the nibbles are too fresh they'll crumble more easily. I've never found that to be a problem, but maybe because that's because I usually split my bottle into smaller portions that allow them to age better. It also means I don't lose all my nibbles at one time. Bream also love these nibbles and that is the most common way I lose them off the jig. It is fascinating to me how a bream can grab the nibble, and in most cases, not hook themselves.
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