Rapala Skitter Prop

   

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Silver

Silver

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SPR07S
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  • SKU: 853984

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Shad

Shad

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SPR07SD
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  • SKU: 853988

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Firetiger

Firetiger

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SPR07FT
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  • SKU: 853989

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Frog

Frog

2-3/4"

1/4 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
4

Model:
SPR07F
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  • SKU: 853986

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A natural extension of the wildly successful Skitter Pop, the Rapala® Skitter Prop® is a floating balsa lure featuring a water-churning stainless steel propeller that sputters like a wounded baitfish in trouble and then dives and rolls like no other. Try the jerk then dead stick method, a straight retrieve or jerking the Skitter Prop. 2-3/4''; 1/4 oz; Hook size 3.

Rapala Skitter Prop 4.9 5 52 52
Best topwater ever I have been using this lure for years, silver, black color. I can use it any time of day when the water is a little calm or flat. and catch big bass. small and largemouth. just yank on it 2-3 times and bang. Fish on. I always go out with at least 2-3 in my box. cause you never know when you will loose one. get one and get ready. good luck. November 2, 2014
awesome prop action Used for the first time this weekend on the bass opener, just wanted to try it out. Amazing action from this prop! Even sitting still when the breeze kicked up that prop would spin. This thing will get the attention from bass from far away. May 26, 2014
Good propeller bait I picked this up a while back and had some time to test it out last weekend. I did have to bend the prop a little but that was so that it would spin the way i wanted it to. It had a good retrieve in open water but picks up grass near the surface. The prop can get clogged with grass but is easy to pick out. I was working it along the reeds and 2 casts in that area and I had a Bass smack it good. Overall I feel that this was a good addition to my topwater box and would recommend this to anyone interested. May 12, 2014
Pickral love em On a cold day calm water slow retrieve its so much fun how do u beat top water August 14, 2013
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I have used both and I found the skitter prop to be much better.
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i think that the skitter prop is better
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I use both and I found the skitter prop to be more productive.
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this one will cast farther but i've had good success with both.
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skitter prop
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The Skitter Prop would be a better all-round lure for bass in my opinion.
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i like both but the method I use I perfer the spitor but the fish tell you from year to year let alone day to day or where the sun location. over the year i have a lot of torpedos clear in clear water thrown agains the bank just a little pull of blade, chain hooks and add spit rings you don't lose as many
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Skitter Prop is better in my opinion...but the Tiny Torpedo is a good back up to it.
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Tiny torpedo is a great lure most of the time
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i'm fishing in st louis missouri
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I fish Lakes with clear water so I would use the silver, black.
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the silver or gold, in the new models
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Bright colors
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silver and frog.
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You can never go wrong with silver but any other of the colors works just fine.
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I think for topwater color is less relevant. Firetiger for dirty water, anything natural in clear water.
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I don't know if I should get a rapala skitter walk, or a heddon torpedo of a certain size. Please suggest a color and, if you suggest the torpedo, a size.
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Get a skitter prop, if the water is clear get the silver, black. but if going for pickerel use a wire leader it won't efect the lure much just lift the pole up when reeling in.
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I'd get the heddon baby torpedo in bull frog color.
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The lure works great for small mouth or pike. So far as color the chartruse shades are killer on both those fish. Keep in mind with topwater the fish see only momentary flashes of the top colors so action and how you work the lure is very important. Cast and let the rings settle out then moving the lure is a great starting point. Let the fish read the menu.
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Would I just steadily reel it or should I use a stop and go retrieve? Should I jerk it somewhat? Which is the best way??
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Jerk, jerk, and pause for a bit. Repeat.
you could also steady retreive, as the prop will spin freely and leave a wake.
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Always stop and go. You will get more strikes when it is paused every few cranks plus give it a quick little jerk every so often. I use it the same as I do my poppers and have real good results.
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I change the the retrive if I don't get any strikes.. Sometimes I cast it and leave it a minutes until the ripples disapear and jerk it again.. Other times I use short jerks every few seconds, Stop, then try the same pattern.
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It's been my experience that waiting a minute or two after the lure hits the water, then using a jerk/twitch and stop and go combined retrieve works best for bass. Pickerel seem to like the steady retrieve, and will usually follow it right to the boat or smack it not too far from the boat.
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I usually jerk it
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I've only caught fish on a stop/go (twitching) retrieve. Many hits come while bait is sitting still.
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iratic jerking.
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Irradict popping (jerking), pausing, until fish tell you what they want...can change during the day or night.
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any retrieve will pretty much work my best retrieve is just ripping it constantly or a stop and go. when you reel it in regular, it's ok but not as good.
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Well, for me i like to jerk it because it makes alot more noise than to just steadily retrieve it, stop and go but jerk it,and also to reel it underwater, i like to put my rod tip just an inch underwater. Hope this helps.
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I found that if you slow or fast retrieve works best but in clam water you should use the stop and go
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