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Product DescriptionThe Clackin' Rap's signature sound and chaos-inducing vibration ensure that you grab the attention of every fish in the lake! Its unique sound chamber features a single steel bell and external metal discs that transmit a distinctive "clackin'" sound with maximum vibration. Lipless swimming action makes for an irresistible underwater profile. Translucent, textured body with internal holographic foil creates a seductive flash. Realistic 3D holographic eyes complete the look. Comes equipped with two wide-gap VMC SureSet black nickel treble hooks for maximum positive hooksets. Can be cast and trolled, steadily retrieved, or fished as a jig. Perfect for targeting freshwater trophy gamefish.
Target species: Bass, Walleye, Pike, Musky, Trout, Salmon, Panfish.
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Q:How deep does this lure run ?Asked on 3/22/2010 by Wally from So st Paul ,mn
A:any depth. The sink like a rockAnswered on 1/27/2011 by Thunderblack from MI
A:its a sinking bait so it depends on how fast you reel inAnswered on 5/10/2012 by mnfisherman from belle plaine mn
Q:Which of these colors works better?Asked on 7/12/2009 by Kizzy from Grawn, MI
A:If I was to buy any rapala for lake fishing I always go with the firetiger color. Had lots of luck so far this season.Answered on 7/30/2009 by CHOSENone from Reedsburg,WI
A:firetigerAnswered on 3/2/2010 by musky man from Three Lakes, WI
A:it really depends on water clarity, water temp. and other factors. there is not one good color. depends on the situation. hope this helps.Answered on 3/5/2010 by MUSKY ANGLER from St. Charles, IL
Q:I fish for largemouth bass.I just purchased a Shimano Curado 201E7 baitcasting reel. I'am not sure what rod to get. I was looking at the Rapala lipless crankbait. It said it is 7/8oz. That seems heavy.I will mainly be throwing,crankbaits, spinnerbaits and buzzbaits. My cousin suggested buying a 7'med heavy rod. What do you suggest? Also what oz range should the rod be rated for?Asked on 3/30/2009 by bhunter
A:7 ft St.Croix Fast MH 3/8ths to 1 ounce. Legend Tournament Bass rod.Answered on 2/21/2010 by MrWalleye2U from Midwest