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Rapala® Saltwater Skitter Walk® Hardbait

   

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Blue Mullet

Blue Mullet

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11BMU
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 904117

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Gold Mullet

Gold Mullet

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11GMU
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 904125

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Bone

Bone

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11BN
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 904123

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Red Head

Red Head

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11RH
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 904130

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Redfish

Redfish

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11RF
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 904129

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Silver Mullet

Silver Mullet

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11SMU
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 904131

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Speckled Trout

Speckled Trout

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11ST
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 904134

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Hot Chartreuse

Hot Chartreuse

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11HCH
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 951038

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Hot Pink

Hot Pink

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11HP
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 951040

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Holographic Blue

Holographic Blue

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11HB
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 1115523

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Holographic Silver

Holographic Silver

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11HS
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 1115524

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Black Chartreuse Head

Black Chartreuse Head

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11BKCH
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 1115525

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Holographic Bone Chartreuse

Holographic Bone Chartreuse

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11HBNC
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 1115526

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Holographic Orange Gold

Holographic Orange Gold

4-3/8"

5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
2

Model:
SSW11HOG
  • $10.49

  • SKU: 1115527

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  • Rugged construction
  • Internal scale and gill patterns
  • Weighted tail for easy ‘Walk the dog’ action
When it comes to working topwater for big fish, nothing does it like "walking the dog." In steps the Rapala Skitter Walk, with its right-out-of-the-box perfect swimming action. Toss it out. Pump. Reel. Pump. Reel. You're "walking the dog" -- it's that easy to imitate a swimming mullet or baitfish. Large internal rattles create a rhythmic side-to-side motion and sound combination. Equipped with VMC® Perma Steel® hooks and saltwater hardware for ultimate toughness.
Rapala® Saltwater Skitter Walk® Hardbait 4.6 5 60 60
tremendous This lure is great for Bass, Pike and Muskie. to anyone out there who knows how to walk the dog ... if you don't have one of these yet, you are missing out. Works great with a leader on to reduce break offs from toothy fish. both sizes work well, and the hooks are extremely tough. the only real drawback, is that in Canada these things are getting stupid expensive $15 !!!! Ya OUCH so don't lose them. September 24, 2013
Descent topwater bait First impression is that this is just a ton of fun to use- regardless of whether or not it catches fish! My only problem is that you will get a ton of strikes but getting them to actually get the hooks their mouth is another thing. Before using this bait, I had never really used a lot of walking baits. I figured it out in just minutes with this- it walks very easily. the major downside to this is they make it in only one size that I've seen, and it's too small. I would prefer a bigger topwater, at least 4". This year, I will probably keep fishing it fast and erratically, trying to locate fish even if they don't hook up. Then I can come back through with a jerkbait or tube to catch those fish. March 30, 2013
Great on the flats THE "go-to" topwater lure for sunrise, summer fishing for sea trout and redfish. Most recent outing on the 4th of July yielded 2 slot trout and 2 over slot redfish within 45 minutes of sunrise. Have used both sizes in several colors. I fish form a kayak, usually in northern Mosquito Lagoon. July 9, 2012
it work i never thought i would catch a 30" red on topwater till yesterday... i catch a lot of snook and trout. some snook actually flew out the water hitting this top water. the only complain from me about this product is the color peel off. but other than that it works May 24, 2012
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New at fishing. Do not have a boa.t. Salt and freshwaters recommendations
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I would recommend the color that most represents the forage (bait color). I would also recommend getting another type of walking bait in addition to this one. While the Skitter Walks have worked well for me, you have to be a little better at knowing how to walk. Getting the Heddon Spook (number of them to choose from) would be best to learn how to walk the dog. Also, the new Strike King KVD model is pretty decent. It has a sputtering (like a popper) as it walks (and it walks better than the Skitter Walk). I would still recommend getting a Skitter Walk but the other two are definitely my first two choices off the top of my head.
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I use these quite often and they are one of my preferred baits. The size of the lure depends on the type and size of fish you wish to catch. I use the 4 3/8" and have caught Speck trout that were only 12" long. The size of the bait really does not seem to matter as much as it will with other types of lures. As for color, I really like the redfish, speckeled trout, and the holographic blue. I would recommend avoiding the really bright colors like hot pink. I spent about 2 hours last week using a hot pink without much luck. I switched to a holographic silver and limited out. The total for the morning was 10 speckeled trout (5 legal size) and 1 redfish.
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What knot to use?

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rapala not. thats what i have been using and it never failed me yet. i know theres probably a better knot out there but I'm so used tying the rapala. normally after cast and cast and cast i check all my knots and retie if i ever doubt
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hoop knot
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Rapala Knot
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the improved cinch and the non-slip uni knot work great.
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I have used both the cinch and the simple loop knot. I find the loop knot to work best for this lure.
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The Rapala knot it is design for this bait and mostly all other Rapala baits.

Its gives the bait a lot of room to do its walk-the-dog.

Hope this helps you and its a great day for fishing!
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Supposed to use rapala knot, but I am using a palomar knot with suffix braid. It's so soft that it doesn't seem to impact the action of the lure. The knot is a direct tie to the lure nose loop, so rapala knot is likely the best.
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Use a clinch Knot. Works absolutely the best! Good luck!
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i use a palimare 4 evry thing hold up well
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I use snaps...
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a uni or rapala knot will work
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Is this made out of balsa?

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No, unlike most Rapala's this one is plastic. And if you use these in saltwater, you will be glad. They are extremely tough. I have a 4 3/8" redfish that I have been using since last year (and have caught a lot of redfish and trout, and a couple of spanish mackerel) and aside from the scratches on the finish, it is fine.
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no its plastic and has a loud clack clack sound this is my favorite lure cuz it can handle windy days and can handle waves
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it's made out of super select balsa.
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Balsa wood but don't under estimate its pottential.I've caught many bass on it and even big stripers."Twitch"says it all the more you twitch it the more deadly this rap is on strikes.Becareful though because it has a slow sink and i've lost a few on rocks.
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No, plastic.
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Yes!
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bulsa wood no
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No. These are plastic like the Husky Jerk and the "Glass" Shad Raps. Thats not really a bad thing as the plastic will hold up to hard use better and it also allows the rattle to be louder.
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Most of the Rapala's are but in this case, I actually believe it's a polymer plastic. You can see the balls in the chamber inside. If you look at the photo, you can see it there.
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