Rapala® Jigging Rap®

   

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Silver

Silver

1-1/4"

1/8 oz.

Gold

Gold

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

Chrome Blue

Chrome Blue

1-1/4"

1/8 oz.

Silver

Silver

1-1/2"

3/16 oz.

Gold Fluorescent Red

Gold Fluorescent Red

1-1/2"

3/16 oz.

Chrome Blue

Chrome Blue

1-1/2"

3/16 oz.

Perch

Perch

1-1/2"

3/16 oz.

Silver Fluor Chartruese

Silver Fluor Chartruese

1-1/2"

3/16 oz.

Silver

Silver

2"

5/16 oz.

Gold

Gold

2"

5/16 oz.

Chrome Blue

Chrome Blue

2"

5/16 oz.

Perch

Perch

2"

5/16 oz.

Glow Hot Perch

Glow Hot Perch

2"

5/16 oz.

Glow Yellow Perch

Glow Yellow Perch

2"

5/16 oz.

Silver

Silver

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

Gold Fluorescent Red

Gold Fluorescent Red

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

Chrome Blue

Chrome Blue

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

Silver Fluor Chartruese

Silver Fluor Chartruese

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

Glow Yellow Perch

Glow Yellow Perch

2-3/4"

5/8 oz.

Silver

Silver

3-1/2"

7/8 oz.

Gold

Gold

3-1/2"

7/8 oz.

Perch

Perch

3-1/2"

7/8 oz.

Silver Fluor Chartruese

Silver Fluor Chartruese

3-1/2"

7/8 oz.

Glow Yellow Perch

Glow Yellow Perch

3-1/2"

7/8 oz.

  • Deadly anytime of year
  • Minnow profile
  • Balanced design
  • Zinc weighted
  • Single reversed hooks
  • Center treble hook and eyelet
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!
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by can't go wrong I use this lure every ice fishing season. It never lets me down. January 17, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fishing Baby I love Rapala products. I always have great sucess when fishing with these jiggs. Got to love catching big fish! March 4, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Not just limited to ice fishing! If you like the looks of this lure but don't ice fish, well don't think that's all you can use it for! I don't ice fish, but I use this lure almost 90% of the time for crappie/light bass fishing. I like jigging under docks and in and around structure on ultralight tackle with 6lb. fluoro or mono. A 4'6" rod is perfect (I use a G. Loomis GL2), and a small spinning reel. Jig it fast, slow, deep, shallow, any way you want, and you are pretty much guarenteed to catch the attention of any panfish/bass in the area. I have even caught walleye, trout, and pickerel. I recommend the color silver, or gold/parrot for stained water. Tipping it with bait is optional. December 28, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for Pike and Perch I've generally used this lure when ice fishing - the 'perch' colour is especially dangerous for pike. Seems they can't cruise anywhere near one of these without striking. I've also had luck with perch on this rig. They strike fairly well without any baiting... stick a few maggots on it, and it performs quite well. Of course, when you bait it with eyes, you get a fish every drop. These set very well; I've never lost a fish once on the hook. Note: You may want to get one of the bigger variants of this lure. I've needed to do that to prevent smaller perch from taking it in. The bigger varieties are only really struck at by 'keepers' - 11" and bigger. September 25, 2007
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Lake Winnibigoshish is a fantastic Walleye lake in the state of Minnesota! The forage base in this lake for Walleyes are Perch, Shiners and even Ciscoes. With that said, it may be a good idea to “match the hatch.” Colors such as Chrome Blue, Green Tiger, Hot Perch, Glow Yellow Perch, Gold, Perch and Silver would be great places to start. With that said, Walleyes are notorious for being finicky and any particular day they could completely ignore natural colors and be attracted to the bright colors such as the UV color options. We think a selection of natural and bright colors should cover all your basis.
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Black and gold or black and silver, ,get lures in 2 sizes, 2 3/4 and 3, remove center hook cuss it just gets in the way removing fish
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Lake Winnibigoshish is a fantastic Walleye lake in the state of Minnesota! The forage base in this lake for Walleyes are Perch, Shiners and even Ciscoes. With that said, it may be a good idea to “match the hatch.” Colors such as Chrome Blue, Green Tiger, Hot Perch, Glow Yellow Perch, Gold, Perch and Silver would be great places to start. With that said, Walleyes are notorious for being finicky and any particular day they could completely ignore natural colors and be attracted to the bright colors such as the UV color options. We think a selection of natural and bright colors should cover all your basis.
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Black and silver or black and gold, dont get them to long, stay around minnow size, 2 3/4 long
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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.
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I would think so with a smaller size and a minnow color. You can actually catch crappie with it, so I am sure you can use it for other panfish as well.
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Yes this lure can be used for panfish, bluegill and perch.
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15-20 LB flouro is what we use for deep winter and summer presentation.
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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.
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Does anyone catch Pike in the 20" area? If so, what color and size?
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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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No i did not catch any pike with this but get one dark color for stained water and one light color for clear water.
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