Rapala® DT® (Dives-To) Metal 20' Crankbaits
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Note: For 2013 Rapala has decided to replace the SureSet tail hook with a regular round bend treble hook. Some colors may still have SureSet hooks but most will be shipping with a round bend treble.
- Quick-dive resting position
- Extra thin polycarbonate lip
- Perfectly balanced long casters
- Internal rattle chamber
- Thin tail design
- Balsa wood construction
Rapala's DT Metal 20' Crankbaits are the solution when you need to dig a little deeper to entice strikes. Made from balsa wood with an extra thin polycarbonate lip, the perfectly balanced DT crankbaits feature an internal rattle. DTSS20: Length: 2-3/4"; weight: 7/8 oz.; hook size: 4/2; Target depth: 20'
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 49
Rated 5 out of 5 by AlG19 20 footer
Great look to these lures, and well made. Cranks in like your pulling a plow though so it must be staying at depth for most of the retrieve just like advertised.
I like the lure but would not want to use it all day...even with a baitcaster it was a tug.
May 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5
by spnplgrkenny my favorite deep trolling lure
I troll at least 3 days a week, 10 to 12 hours a day, and have for 25 years. I have tried every crankbait brand known, and the Rapala DT series lures are the most precise running lures I have ever used. I troll with the DT-10, the DT-16 and the DT20s, as well as the magnum 30s.Most lures must be tuned before trolling different speeds, but not the DT series lure. I highly endorse these deadly lures. I feel that they have no equal.
August 30, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lilbassboy It dives down way deep
The new rapala DT 20 dives way down were fish have never seen a crankbait before. but thanks to this lure i can catch fish way down deep
April 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BASC Excellent Deep Runners
I have never been a good crankbait fisherman. Over the years I had tried several brands of deep running crankbaits, and rarely satisfied. This year I decided it was time to learn to fish crank baits. I standardized on the 20, 16 and 12 foot depth DT's generally fishing with 10 or 15 pound braided line. I have had very good success. I find that they get to depth and once there, I can fish them very slow and still stay on bottom.
October 9, 2010
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