Rapala® X-Rap® Magnum® Series Trolling Lures
- Big water X-Rap Magnums
- Massive deep-diving lips
- 10-30 foot trolling depths depending on the model
- Can be run up to 13 knots
- Textured translucent body internal holographic foil
- 3-D eyes
- Saltwater-tough 3X hardware
- Saltwater tough 3X split rings
- 3X perma steel hooks
These big water X-Rap Magnums sport massive deep-diving lips to achieve 10-30 foot trolling depths depending on the model. Can be run up to 13 knots for big gamefish worldwide. Incredible attraction features include textured translucent body internal holographic foil, 3-D eyes, and saltwater-tough 3X hardware including Perma Steel Hooks. X-Rap™ Magnum® 15 and 20 will be perfect to target those aggressive fish in mid-depth range. Outfitted with saltwater tough 3X split rings and 3X perma steel hooks.
According to the International Game Fish Association (IGFA), more world record fish have been caught on Rapala® lures than any other artificial lure. Overall Rapala world records to date: 250+! And all Rapala saltwater lures are built tough to withstand the rigors of the big water environment, with seven coats of paint, PermaSteel hooks and fittings to ward off corrosion, and securely attached lips to take the beating of oyster shells and coral. Every step of the way, Rapala lures are manufactured with the finest materials and craftsmanship that have made these "The World's Favorite Lures!"
XRMAG10 (10ft); 4-3/8"; 3/4 oz.; #2 hook size.
XRMAG15 (15ft); 4-3/4"; 1-1/8 oz.; 1/0 hook size.
XRMAG20 (20ft); 5-1/2"; 1-5/8 oz.; 2/0 hook size.
XRMAG30 (30ft); 6-1/4"; 2-1/2 oz.; 4/0 hook size.
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It may need tuning. There are loads of great explanations online but too lengthy to copy here. Google: tuning repala magnum
I also always run it on trolling wire, which cuts through the water better and gets the lure to dive deeper
To increase the depth the lure runs at, add an in-line weight 1-3' ahead of the lure.
My biggest concern when fishing from such a height would be what happens if you hook a REALLY large fish?