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Lipless Rat-L- trap lure

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23 mins ago, DEM Parking Lot said:

X2 on the Rapala Rippin Rap, them things are deadly.  Especially the bunker pattern ones.

 

Pretty much anything that swims has fell prey to it.

 

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Very underrated bait, very slim with a high-pitch rattle...deadly swim back to the bottom on semi-slack line. The largest 07 size will take a pair of 2/0 Owner single hooks, which I highly recommend for saltwater fishing. 

 

Duo Realis just released a big 4" lipless that I can't wait to try in the salt. Their smaller vibration baits are killer, but too nice to lose to bluefish :)

 

 

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13 hours ago, CoffeeHangover said:

There are a ton of great lipless cranks, I think they imitate the profile of peanuts quite well.

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that lower tsunami one is awesome............where can we find this??

 

 

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2 hours ago, DEM Parking Lot said:

X2 on the Rapala Rippin Rap, them things are deadly.  Especially the bunker pattern ones.

 

Pretty much anything that swims has fell prey to it.

 

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This is nice !

 

 

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28 mins ago, yogiiiboy said:

that lower tsunami one is awesome............where can we find this??

 

 

If you search Tsunami Reverb golden shad you may find it on a certain auction site

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Rat l traps used to b a go to for weakfish.

On the drop.

Went back to them the last few Falls and have

done well when peanuts show. On bass.

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Down south of ya'all they are very effective for slot redfish in the surf.  Usually my first choice as a searching lure when the water's dirty and the water is all churned up. Sometimes I'll replace the rear treble with a Colorado blade for some extra flash. Great winter lure for our river stripers too.  They school up in deeper holes.  Throw up current and count it down.  Slow retrieve with short twitches.  Deadly. 

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