Bill Lewis Floating Rat-L-Trap

   

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Chinquapin

Chinquapin

3"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR251
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  • SKU: 2157179

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Stump Knocker

Stump Knocker

3"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR254
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  • SKU: 2157180

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Candy Craw

Candy Craw

3"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR263
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  • SKU: 2157181

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Blueberry Perch

Blueberry Perch

3"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR255
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  • SKU: 2157182

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Blue Shiner

Blue Shiner

3"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR260
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  • SKU: 2157183

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Pinchin Peach

Pinchin Peach

3"

1/3 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR264
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  • SKU: 2157184

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Gold

Gold

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR26
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 701627

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Chrome Black Back

Chrome Black Back

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR25
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  • SKU: 701625

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Chrome Blue Back

Chrome Blue Back

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR25B
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  • SKU: 701626

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Gold Tennessee Shad

Gold Tennessee Shad

3"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4,6

Model:
FR39
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  • SKU: 701628

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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.

  • Flashy shad-like profile
  • Super-tight wiggle
  • Perfect for casting or trolling
Bill Lewis Floating Rat-L-Trap 4.8 5 32 32
Excellent What a great product. I have been fishing the original Rat-L-Trap's for years. You can cover a lot of water quickly and if the Bass are biting, they can't resist going after them. The one main disadvantage to using these lipless crank baits is the open treble hooks will get hung up on lilly pads, hydrilla, etc. This is where the floating Rat-L-Trap comes in handy. Since it is a floater, you can keep them close to the surface and maneuver them around things that will hang them up. What a great idea. I have since picked up a few more to keep in my tackle box. January 18, 2014
Should always have a couple I have used rat-l-trap lures for over 20 years. Great for finding actively feeding bass and Stripers. My sons use them now as well. One of my sons needed my help in locating some floating ones the other day. I have a picture of him holding up a 5 lb bass he caught on one. July 24, 2013
Best lure ever Born and raised in Iowa I had to try this in my new area. And I still works hundreds of miles away and even in salt water. Here's a bait that will knock your socks off February 9, 2013
Rat-L-Trap 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
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How deep does it dive?

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This floating lure will need to be counted down to the depth you are needing to be able to work this lure. Thank You!
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I troll it behind a hobie revolution and my guess from when it bumps and my experience with the depth of water is that it's diving down 4 to 7 feet
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This is a rattletrap they sink and you need to count them down to the depth your wanting to be at. Preferably with a high speed reel. They can be retrieved straight to the boat or yo yo up and down etc. The more erratic the better!
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I purchased a Silver Rattle Trap with a spinner on the rear. I havent been able to find another one since. Where can I find more .? THANKS
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bass pro shops in concrod,nc they have alot of those
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You can get them here on bass pro
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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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Floating finesse worm or a jerkbait.
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ponds can be tough. think stealth approach,especially if its a small pond. try smaller baits that mimic the food base in the pond..ie crawfish or insects...jigs etc..
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Yes they will but I would get a bleeding shad1/2oz non floater. For best results when they dont hit top water
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I use rat-l-traps with weights when fish are suspended and not agressive.
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Have to try them for yourself but this is a great top water lure and expect it will work more often than not.
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YES BUT I WOULD RECOMEND USING THE SINKING VERSION, IT WORKS VERY WELL FOR ME
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