Rapala® Rippin' Rap® Rattling Lipless Crankbaits
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- Loud BBs inside for long-distance sound transmission
- Sleek body shape
- Bold color selections
- Hard-vibrating action
- Textured scale body
- Rugged construction
- Super-sharp black nickel VMC® hooks
- Long-casting design
The sleek body shape and bold color selection make this hot new sinking lipless crankbait perfect for covering water fast with a rip ’n’ dip action or just burning it straight in with a high-speed reel. Either way, bass come completely unhinged when this zippy morsel comes near! With hard-vibrating action and a textured scale body, the Rattling model has loud BBs inside for long-distance sound transmission. Rugged construction, with super-sharp black nickel VMC® hooks and a long-casting design.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fishngamer Rapala® Rippin' Rap® Review
The Rippin' Rap is effective for noisy lakes. The rattling bb's call attention to it. It worked for us with catching bass and chain pickerel. I can't say that it stood out from other rattling crank baits that we've used, but it works. Good luck and keep it reeling!
August 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SWEENJR rippin rap rocks
What can I say, it's a Rapala. Casts like a bullet, let it count down to the desired depth and either reel it straight in or do a rip, pause retrieve. Especially effective in muddy water. I've caught smallmouth and walleye on it so far. This purchase was my second one. I now have an 05 & 06 and both work great.
August 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by fishinkrazy Very Loud
I know it's meant 2 b... The chartreuse and loud rattles combined is great for very low water visibility, the rattle helps the bass hone in from a distance! U can hear the rattle coming from a LONG ways away...
March 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by BigDawgBassmaster Good alternative
Compared to other lipless crankbaits, the Rippin' Rap has slightly more subtle characteristics. As opposed to the SK Red Eye Shad and the Excaliber XR series, the Rippin' Rap seems to have less vibration and a slower rate of fall. With my crankbait rod, I actually have a tough time feeling the vibration...even with fluorocarbon line. I usually have this bait tied on a 6'6" medium powered graphite rod with a fast tip to regain the feel. However, the lack of feel doesn't mean it doesn't catch fish. I also like that they have a non-rattling version for post-front and clear water situations, even though the rattling version is still a softer sound than the Red Eye and XR.
February 20, 2013
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