Rapala Scatter Rap CountDown
Caught a HOG on my second cast w/this new lure.
It was one of 7 big bass during a 5hr trip that tried to eat this bait! At one point my partner had cast a crank,
a lizard, and a rattletrap to a target with no luck. I then
cast this countdown and got CRUSHED when the lure
hit the water!
I believe the action is so natural as a fleeting minnow
that fish have not seen in the normal artificial baits. You do not want a straight retrieve. The bait deflects
further as line speed increases.
May 10, 2013
This thing is a bass slaying machine. At my campground up at Lake Erie there is a channel were me and my buddies do a lot of bass fishing. I caught 8 bass in an hour. My buddy had caught 2 in that hour. It is an amazing product. Buy it. It has a realistic look when in the water.
June 29, 2014
Another Great Rapala
I got 2 of these guys and yes they really do "scatter". I took them out for a trial run and they not only go side to side but they also swim or hunt while doing so. They feel solid and the paint seems pretty durable as well. I plan on getting the other versions of this guy as well. And for only $9 that's a pretty great deal!
April 11, 2013
have to get used to it
I love the action on this lure, but you have to get used to it. If you start cranking too fast, it doesn't run right. Start off slowly and then increase you retrieve speed and it's fine. Have used it only a couple times, and haven't caught anything on it yet, but it's a Rapala. I KNOW it will produce.
May 9, 2013