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Rapala® Super Shad Rap®

   

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Shad

Shad

5-1/2"

1-5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
3/0

Max Diving Depth:
9'

Model:
SSR14 SD
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  • SKU: 317085

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Firetiger

Firetiger

5-1/2"

1-5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
3/0

Max Diving Depth:
9'

Model:
SSR14 FT
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  • SKU: 317087

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Yellow Perch

Yellow Perch

5-1/2"

1-5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
3/0

Max Diving Depth:
9'

Model:
SSR14YP
  • $14.49

  • SKU: 1474926

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Silver Shiner

Silver Shiner

5-1/2"

1-5/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Floating

Hook Size:
3/0

Max Diving Depth:
9'

Model:
SSR14 SH
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  • SKU: 572608

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  • Abachi wood construction
  • Natural baifish profile
  • Natural swimming action at any speed
  • Stainless through wire construction
  • 3X strong VMC Black Nickel Hooks
  • Run from 5 to 9 feet

Measuring in at 5-1/2", 1-5/8 oz., Rapala's Super Shad Rap has the size to attract the biggest of predators. With two super-sharp 2/0 treble hooks, the Super Shad Rap has the strength and power to bring them to the boat. Patented Rapala "wounded baitfish" action combined with the premium, light-bending finishes and amazingly realistic details really gets noticed by trophy-size walleyes, bass, salmon, pike, and even striper. Custom lip keeps it close to the top for explosive action. 2/0 Hooks.

Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by fun lure i bought this lure for pike and musky, no musky yet but he pike like it so time will tell. great lure, thanks rapala! sweet detail and great lifelike action. February 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Unbeatable I can't think of a better trolling bait for Muskie and Pike. It has everything you could ever want from the Original Shad Rap, only super-sized. The wobbling action that draws strikes, the perfect diving depth, the durability, being able to keep it moving for hundreds upon hundred of yards with the same action, all of it. This is one of the only baits I have on when I go on Lake St. Clair, unless I'm fishing top-water. My biggest Muskie on St. Clair and personal best measured in at 46", and was caught on this lure. The hooks are quite a good piece of work also, mine are only just starting to dull after not replacing or sharpening them after 20+ fish. Thinking of replacing them with Mustads. Rapala always offers great quality lures, this is in no way an exception. Great to see that BPS carries them, now I know where to get mine. My favorite color is Yellow Perch to imitate the Perch in Saint Clair, but Firetiger is also a killer. September 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb I`ve noticed a few reviewers stating, "Needs a rattle"....It doesn`t "need" anything. It is perfect exactly the way it is now. I use it for Largemouth and spotted bass. Many times in heavily pressured areas, a rattle effect will send the fish running due to the amount of rattle type lures used by other fishermen. Live minnows don`t rattle anyway. This lure is large and gets the fish`s attention with it`s action and life like design. This along with a decent presentation by the fisherman and the fish simply attack it. I actually hide it from my friends and other fishermen because it really gives me an advantage in tournaments. If I just had to state a disadvantage it would be that I would like to have one that doesn`t dive quite as deep when using a rapid retrieval. In summary,...One of the better lures made by Rapala. Just another lure on a very long list that Rapala has made that will put the fish in the boat. June 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great lure for lunkers! My Dad bought a red & white one (which isn't sold on this site) at the lodge by the lake we we're at. He ended up landing a 20 pound pike with it! Then I bought one too and had a 18 pounder follow it right to the boat a few times, I guess it wasn't hungry. It was poor fishing that week. The most effective technique for these Rapalas when fishing for pike is to give them a really hard jerk, then reel for a few seconds and repeat. It also can be quickly reeled steadily, but is unappealing to predators when reeled slowly. Very high quality, nice paint job, dives up to 8 feet, to me this is an ideal lure for pike! December 7, 2011
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Just the body of the bait is measured. The BILL ("plastic deflector") doesn't count. Hope this helps.
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The Lures are measured from the tip of the tail to the nose of the lure. The lip is not included in the measurement.
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I need the best color for lake Michigan i have been catching monster pike is this the best lure for the job?
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fire tiger or the silver one
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I always use Yellow Perch to try and imitate a wounded Perch for Muskie. I fish Saint Clair and they always skewer it, especially around spawning time for perch. Any other time I'll use either Perch or Firetiger. Don't know about Pike, wouldn't expect it to be any different.
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Just wondering which color catches most fish on average
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It is a very large lure. You will need heavy duty braid or fluorocarbon in my opinion and also at least a medium heavy rod,...at least. As for the color,...you should try to match the color to the color of the food that the fish are feeding on in your area. A mullet color is pretty much "IT" for me because it will work anywhere.
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I find that the Gold colored Super Shad Rap catches the most fish.
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I have a lake house in New Hampshire and i was wondering if it was to big
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yes this is used for muskies. if u dint know what they are they can commonly get 40 inches.
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I have caught Large and Smallmouth Bass as small as 2 pounds and as large as 5 pounds on the Super Shad Rap.
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You've got some good answers here, but I'd like to throw in some research I ran across while studying largemouth behavior. Largemouth bass tend to feed on prey that range from 20% to 45% of their body length, with the larger fish tending toward the higher end of the range. So this lure size would be great for actively feeding bass from 16 inches and up.
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This lure is mostly for muskie or pike, but I think a bigger bass could take this lure (maybe a 16 inch plus bass).
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Great for big bass 5lbs plus.
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I'm targeting trophy size chain pickerel and am wondering if anyone catches them on this, please tell me the size and color as well.
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The two biggest pickerel that I have caught on lures were caught on the Super Shad Rap. They were both 4 1/2 pounds. I catch a lot of pickerel on this lure between 2 and 4 1/2 pounds.
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Ive never fished chain pickerel, but I fish muskie, and I think a muskie, pike, or chain pickerel 30 inches or bigger would go after this lure.
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Don't use this lure for them. Try the smaller shallow shad rap version foe pickerel. I use the bluegill color!
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Ive caught very nice pickerel on this lure ... I fish a clear lake so I use more natural color. The perch and bluegill do well
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I think in murky water, the brighter the better.
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Gold shiner, firetiger, or my favorite-perch.
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Firetiger will be your best bet, also anything bright and or shiny, more natural colors for clear water.
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