Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap Tiny Trap
In the 1\8 ounce size this lure will still cast a mile on 8 pound or lighter line. It has produced great for crappie, large blue gill, white bass and most any panfish. The real good news is that smallies and largemouth bass off all sizes can't resist either.
May 15, 2008
Great for ponds, panfish, and finessing bass
This size is excellent for smaller waters like ponds, fishing for crappie or bluegill, and when bass are being finicky. The main downside for people that fish small ponds and lakes is that, like all sinking crankbaits, it snags easily, and this one requires lighter tackle to throw it. So you either have to bring a boat or risk $7 every time you tie one on.
It can also be used for jigging above rockpiles, brushpiles (carefully!), off docks, or anywhere fish are holding, and for ice fishing.
December 1, 2014
The Tiny Trap is a great versatile crankbait. This is another good 'feeler' as anything will take a reaction strike at it. On the Tiny Trap, I have taken White Perch, Yellow Perch, Striped Bass, Croaker, Pike, Smallmouth, Largemouth and Crappie, all of dramatically varying size as anything strikes at it. Its size and weight is small enough to throw with a smaller setup, but big enough to cast far. This is a must have in your tacklebox.
July 10, 2008
tiny traps not the same
I have been using Tiny-TRAPS for over 15 years and they have been the best lipless crankbait around. In one day i caught 47 bass on a silver with a black back.I bought 2 new ones and when i was tying one on i noticed they changed the hook that you tie on to has changed to a rectangle unstead of a circle .i thought nothing of it until it started messing up when i started using it.So im going to change them.Tiny traps are still the best if you make the adjustment.
May 2, 2010