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Product DescriptionSwimming just below the surface (0-4'), Walk-The-Dog anglers can use the incredibly effective technique of the X-Rap SubWalk anytime, anywhere. The SubWalk's unique lateral tail fin adds extra glide and stability to action. Slow-sinking on the pause triggers reaction bite. X-Rap finish; internal holographic foil, internal rattle system and 3D holographic eyes. VMC flash feather tail hook and black nickel belly hook. Hand-tuned and tank-tested.
Target species: Bass, Walleye, Pike, Musky, Trout, Salmon, Panfish, Redfish, Tarpon, Snook, Tuna, Sea Trout, Striper, Grouper, Peacock Bass, Kingfish, Bluefish, Wahoo, Dolphin.
• Model: XRSB09
• Running Depth: 0' - 2'
• Length: 3-1/2"
• Weight: 5/8 oz.
• Treble Hooks: No. 3 & 4
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Q:What is the swimming depth?Asked on 6/11/2009 by nick from quincy,il
A:2-5 feetAnswered on 10/12/2009 by Zachman the Fisherman from Green Cove Springs Fl
A:depending on the current speeds but usialy about 4 to 6 inches under surfaceAnswered on 10/29/2010 by chasin tail charters from palm beach fl.
A:it is a slow sinking bait it will stay between 6 and 18 inches when worked properly. fishit with a slow retrieve while twitching your rod tip between cranks on slack line.Answered on 2/3/2012 by Froman from Wisconsin
A:This is a slow sinking lure. I can get it to run anywhere between one to five feet below the surface depending upon how long you let it sink before retrieving it in, and how long you pause between jerks.Answered on 4/12/2010 by Mr. Matt from Fort Lauderdale, FL
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