The skirted front of the big six-inch hula grub can be just too wide at times to make its way through the thickest of cover. At those times, Yamamoto opts for his 5" 3-series crawdad. Not having the wide hula skirt up front, the pencil-thin end of the Texas-rigged crawdad slips through dense cover that the broad front of the hula grub cannot penetrate easily.
In addition, some pros say the Yamamoto crawdad is the perfect rubber skirted jig trailer, and they have the big bass prize money to prove it too. Pinch an inch off to better match your jig size