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No other hardbait can boast the same fish-catching success as the Bill Lewis Floating Rat-L-Trap®. With its flashy shad-like profile and super-tight wiggle, it's impossible to fish the Floating Rat-L-Trap wrong. Perfect for casting or trolling along weedbeds, grass lines and other types of shallow structure where fish ambush from.
The Rat-L-Trap is the best bait to use around rocks and structure. I fish the bait the way some folks fish a spinner bait and I catch fish that way. I was told one time that I would throw my Trap where they would not throw a spinner bait.
June 14, 2012
I special ordered these as they are not usually available on BPS Rat- L-Trap section pegs. I ordered them because for many years at fishing L. Fork, TX, the floating traps perfect for fishing over the tops of shallow hydrilla and as a top water bait along the hydrilla/weed edges.
June 6, 2012
One of the best lures made
I always liked using Rat L traps, but ended up losing them on underwater stumps. Not so with this great model. I can catch just as many fish and almost never lose a lure. This lure catches fish and will definitely improve your luck! The only complaint I have is that they don't carry this model in the store, so its online only!
January 1, 2012
This lure is great for shallow water fishing and only draw back I have seen since I started buying the floating version is needs a better paint on lure and more color choices. After a few hours on lake all the paint and crome came off of lure. Dissapointed with the paint but love the lure in general.
August 1, 2011
would you use these when most fish arent so aggresive but will go for some things in ponds often dont take topwater or frogs there are big 8 lbs in here but sometimes they dont go after baits that are artifical especxially topwater you think these may still produce any tips?
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