Rapala® Rippin' Rap® Silent Lipless Crankbaits
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- Stealthy Silent model for silent applications
- 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! Hard-vibrating action; textured scale body. Stealthy Bass Pro exclusive Silent model is perfect for silent applications and features rugged construction with super-sharp black nickel VMC® hooks and a long-casting design.
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Rated 4 out of 5
by jstfishin Lucky Day or Great Lure ???
I've been fishin tournaments for a good while now and recently it proved to be well.. Awesome !! I had found a flat that was just covered in a huge school .These fish only wanted the Silent Rippin Rap in blue/chrome. When I would locate them you could catch one here and there, But throw this thru them and slowly rip it. Game Over, all I can say is think outside the box when it comes to lipless baits By the way these were good fish 2-5 lbs almost all of them. Ended up with 19 lbs. I threw a Red Eye Shad, Lucky Craft , Rattl Trap, etc, Nothin !! Just Sayin !! Good Fishin.
June 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by blacktip38 Try the black & Silver
I have used this lure in fresh water and caught plenty of bass----lost it to a snakehead. The Silver one with the black painted back is most realistic. Grab a few of them.
May 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by cousy crankin
can't wait to use them. not going to crank them in the normal way. cast them out and let them sink. then yo yo them off the bottom and all the way back to the boat.
February 27, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fisherman223 Not the best lipless crankbait
I really had a lot of success with lipless crankbaits over this last summer, mostly with the SK Red Eye Shad and the LiveTarget Golden Shiner. I read about how this lure is suppose to be and got one. First, it doesn't put off nearly as much vibration as one of those other crankbaits I mentioned. I can't cast it as far and when I go to rip it out of the weeds to get a reaction bite, it's not quite as effective. Given that, I haven't used it a lot yet (I did catch one small largemouth on it) and hope to experiment with it more next summer. No doubt this requires lighter tackle and a lighter rod. I'll probably be using spinning tackle vs baitcasting tackle like I would for the Red Eye Shad.
February 8, 2013
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