Rapala® Scatter Rap® Shad
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- Perfectly mimics a spooked baitfish
- Classic balsa body shapes
- Scatter Lip
- Unique aggressive, evasive, erratic sweeping action
Mimicking the most common forage perfectly, the Rapala Scatter Rap Shad is an all-species bait that can be cast or trolled to impart the most aggressive, evasive, erratic sweeping action you've ever seen. Equipped with VMC® black nickel hooks, Rapala's Scatter Lip, and a balsa body, the Scatter Rap Shad dives to the strike zone and perfectly mimics a spooked shad with an evasive, erratic, floating, non-rattling action that will entice multiple species of gamefish.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5 out of 5 by bassdale The best!
I tried this bait last spring, Color was Helsinki, and I caught 3 stripe bass "Rockfish" my first hour on the river. This bait has an erratic action that looks like a spooked shad. The more erratic the better it looks. I plan to try other colors, but I will be using a scatter Rap this year also. Fantastic Bait Rapala!!!!
April 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fishngamer Rapala® Scatter Rap® Shad Review
We thought the scatter rap shad was most ideal for trolling. Had success with Bass (both largemouth and smallmouth, crappie and chain pickerel.
August 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by catchemall27 Great lure
This is a great lure awesome action I trolled it the other day on lake freeman in a little cove by a dam and caught 25 crappie over 15 inches and that is un heard of their. Also caught my first walleye with this lure. Only complaint I have is that after the walleye it had some paint chips in it but that's was after about 35 other fish blew it up. Over all AMAZING lure
August 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Indyram44 Another hit!
I have used the Rapala Shad Rap for years. I've caught everything from bass to catfish to gar on them. My father gave me 2 of these (shad color) after a trip he took to a Bass Pro store. 2 weeks letter I was teaching a fishing class to my sons Cub Scout pack at a very small lake (big pond, basically) in one of the city parks here. The kids were having fun fishing with worms and bobbers. I decided to show them what a crank bait looks like in the water. Imagine my surprise when on my 4th cast I reel in a 2-1/2 lb largemouth! I didn't know fish that size could live in a city lake that small! I love this bait and will add it to my arsenal of Rapala baits.
June 27, 2013
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