No other hardbait can boast the fish-catching success of the Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap® Tiny Trap®. With its flashy shad-like profile and super-tight wiggle, it's impossible to fish wrong. Match the hatch with this action-packed ultralight.
Take this small rat-l-trap and throw it out, let it sink as deep as you want and just jerk it. don't reel any at all except for retrieving the slack. Crappie and big bluegill tear this up all day long.
January 4, 2012
These little cranks just destroy the Smallmouths in the creeks. In lakes and ponds I catch big Crappies with em and one time I even hooked a bluegill with one. Great Buy
May 27, 2011
Great Fall Bait
Fish this from a boat (will snag from shore), make long casts, and count it down about 7 or 8 seconds, and reel in slowly. Catches big suspended crappies when jigs aren't producing. My best results have come in late summer through all of fall. Simple to use and gets nice results. Shad and chartreuse really produce. Also casts a mile on UL tackle.
March 7, 2011
This lure does'nt produce alot of fish but the fish i cought with it were all well over 4 pounds... all in all not a bad lure
January 13, 2011
Both. I use the red eye shad for depths of 5 to 12 feet with light vegetation. It excels with a yo-yo action. The rattletrap is a great bait to throw in grass from 1 to 5 feet. It excels when you rip and pause it through the grass.Good luck.
You cannot beat'em. However, XCalibur Xr lipeless cranks are right there with them. Stick with what works for you from successful catch you've made. I would try and compare. I tend to end up going back to the old faithful and reliable bait that have successfully caught fish for me almost each and every time out without fail. Hope you stick with you know best, lurecollector. :)
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