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Do as many tournament-proven anglers do when the bite suddenly slows, go deep and vertical jig for suspended fish with Rapala®'s Jigging Rap®. Sporting a great finish and designed with a center treble hook and eyelet for exceptional balance, the Jigging Rap tantalizingly swims in circles in the middle of deep game fish. Whether it's summer, winter, spring or fall, bass, walleye, trout, panfish and pike can't resist the Jigging Rap's enticing action!
They are great all year long. I wish they had more colors. Crappie bass perch love them.
July 9, 2012
I bought this jig to experience here in Brazil. It was very efficient in the Corvina fishing and Pescada the coast here in São Paulo! I recommend
April 5, 2012
I have seen everything about this bait, and it still doesn't impress me. Lidners always seem to be using this bait when fishing, but I have used it for crappie and what not when it isn't iced over and it catches nothing! I really don't understand what all the fuss is about. I think it works, but it doesn't catch anything and that is why I gave it a 3. Maybe if I tried fishing with it a little more, I might have caught something, I would probably reccomend it to ice fisherman. But for having seen so many episodes on fishing this for crappie, walleye, and anything else that it might catch I am completley unimpressed.
March 18, 2012
i try this for a full week, with bait, and without bait.
No fish. My nabors got plenty with spoon and maggot
April 28, 2011
I would use more natural colors, but unless you do not have a boat, you don't have to use it in the ice. I see it happen all the time, and maybe if I was more of a walleye fisherman I would know, But I would just say that use natural colors.
This really depends on the weight of the lure used, but my typical setup includes a sensitive (fast or extra-fast action) medium power rod. I use a 10 pound (or heavier) superline with a 8 pound fluorocarbon leader.
yes, although i havn't done it a friend of mine has and he was catching them about 15in. on about a 2-2,1/2 size range so get something a little bigger and you'll bring in bigger pike. i think the parrot color the perch color or the silver color would do really good cause pike love bright colors.
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