Livingston Lures Pro Ripper
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- Electronic baitfish sounds
- 2-year battery life
- Advanced rattles
- Imitates a wide variety of forage and baitfish
- Lipless body shape
- Seductive wobbling action
- Slow sinking design
Livingston Lures' Pro Ripper can visually imitate a wide variety of forage and baitfish. The lure's realism is enhanced by a proven lipless body shape that creates a seductive wobbling action over a range of retrieval speeds. In addition, the Pro Ripper's slow-sinking design allows freshwater anglers to work all areas of the water column. Cast it out and let it sink to work any depth—from just under the surface to the bottom, or anywhere in between.Livingston Lures utilizes a proprietary sound chamber technology that calls to fish with an exclusive combination of advanced rattles and internal electronics to create realistic electronic baitfish sounds when activated by water.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7
Rated 4 out of 5 by perks kids love them
my kids love them they throw it for a while to bring the pan fish in. . the blue gill hit it pretty hard. I havnt had a chance to fish it to much yet but it sure brings the fish up.
July 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by RookieRoy Poor Choice
As had been noted by other reviewers this item failed right out of the package.
May 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by BamaFishin3476 Great lure, but still kinda disappointed..
Like to say first of all this is a great lipless crankbait. Good action and it falls straight down. Looks great bouncing it off the bottom, and has a slow fall. But the only thing is that the "electronic sound" isnt very loud. I know that sound travels different underwater. But I wonder how fish could hear it over the rattles? But still a great bait.
April 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by pipeliner87 My go to lipless crankbait
I love throwing these in the prespawn and yo yoing it in front of big prespawn females in staging areas. I also like to throw it in the grass and rip it out. You will get some very vicious strikes like that. Also the sand bass (white bass) and striper will eat them too. The technology is just amazing I really do believe that it helps attract fish to it. Spring Craw, Black back chrome, Blue back chrome, Gold shad, and Tiger spots are my favorite colors to use anytime of the year.
January 2, 2014
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