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Rapala X-Rap Shad

   

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Clown

Clown

3-1/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
15'

Model:
XRS08CLN
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  • SKU: 1440168

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Silver

Silver

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06S
  • $10.99

  • SKU: 1398727

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Gold

Gold

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06G
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  • SKU: 1398717

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Firetiger

Firetiger

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06FT
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  • SKU: 1398716

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Yellow Perch

Yellow Perch

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06YP
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  • SKU: 1398729

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Silver Blue

Silver Blue

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06SB
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  • SKU: 1398728

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Clown

Clown

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06CLN
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  • SKU: 1398715

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Hot Head

Hot Head

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06HH
  • $10.99

  • SKU: 1398719

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Glass Ghost

Glass Ghost

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06GGH
  • $10.99

  • SKU: 1398718

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Olive Green

Olive Green

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06OG
  • $10.99

  • SKU: 1398722

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Purpledescent

Purpledescent

2-1/2"

5/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
5,6

Max Diving Depth:
11'

Model:
XRS06PD
  • $10.99

  • SKU: 1398724

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Silver

Silver

3-1/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
15'

Model:
XRS08S
  • $11.49

  • SKU: 1440175

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Firetiger

Firetiger

3-1/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
15'

Model:
XRS08FT
  • $11.49

  • SKU: 1440169

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Yellow Perch

Yellow Perch

3-1/8"

1/2 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Suspending

Hook Size:
4

Max Diving Depth:
15'

Model:
XRS08YP
  • $11.49

  • SKU: 1440176

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The legendary Shad body shape from Rapala® with an X-Rap® attitude. Integrated long-casting system pairs with the classic Rapala rattle and shad to create irresistible action. Body features plastic diving lip and 3-D eyes. Rigged with premium VMC® round bend treble hooks.

Rapala® X-Rap® Shad 4.7 5 51 51
Unbeatable The action of these things is simply amazing. A little pricey but they get the job done, especially if you need a slow presentation. July 9, 2011
average ive went out on 2 long days with this lure and only caught about a 1 1/2 pound largemouth, but caught three 4-6 pound largmouth off topwater poppers and jitterbugs. It may be the area but i havnt had much action on x-rap, looks great though July 7, 2011
an awesome lure this is a rapala DT, a shad rap and an x-rap combined! all of those lures combined makes this lure the best one out there! April 25, 2011
When bass are active These are best when bass are really active.I used it to catch like 10 fish one day including a 5 pound drag screamer! right after it finally got snagged and had to let it go.I will be ordering that color since they do not stock it locally anymore. January 13, 2011
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Walleye?

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Is this lure good for walleye?
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Might be. Rapala catches everything.
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These are designed for bass fishing.
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what color?

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I fish in muddy water so I want to know what color to use.
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Bright colors like chartreuse. Spinnerbaits and rattling crankbaits are good in muddy water. Noise is more important than color IMHO.
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i use silver and gold colors because they work in clear and stained water!
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the basic silver color is an excellent color to use for bass.
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In muddy water you want a bait that'll stand out (brighter colors: white chartreuse, maybe firetiger) as opposed to something darker (bronze, pumpkin, etc). Try to at least find a color that resembles baitfish in your specific water source.
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Does this bait suspend?

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yes and when it suspends it triggers fish to bite.
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yes
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yes they do, very effective indeed as well
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Hi guys, Yes - this bait suspends. It acts just like the x-rap minnow type lures except it is with a shorter shad type body. I love this bait because it is very versital. I can crank it like a typical crankbait or I can rip it fast and make it dart side to side. Just like you would fish a Zara Spook. It is a great compliment to any crank collection. Hope this helps.
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Both should work at different times. Can't go wrong with Rapala.
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their both great!!
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Both are great! I would use the shad at more active times and the minnow for tighter lipped fish.
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Its a toss-up.
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What are the bass eating? Match the hatch. Buegill, crappie or shad colors probably work best.
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i would use the silver or gold color because both colors work great in stained or clear water.
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It all depends on the conditions for example if the water is clear you would want to go with a more natural color if it was murky or darker, you might wanna try a bright yellow or anything that's not to natural looking. If its sunny you might also want to use something that will use the sun to your advantage like a silver or gold. Also the bait fish around that area you might want to present something that is close to whatever the species of bait fish that live in those waters.
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If stained to muddy, use the darker or chartruse colors, if clear, use the shad (lighter) colors.
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Retrieve Styles?

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Is this bait producing with the jerk bait type retrive on the X-rap, or a more standard stop and go retrieve of a crankbait?
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Should produce on both types of retrieves.
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i find that a jerk-jerk-jerk-pause retrieve works the best. Pause for about 10-20 sec.
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Try it both ways and let the bass answer the question.
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It definitely depends on what you're fishing for, but I have had success using this bait as a jerk bait. I have caught many bass and walleye this way. It's great because it suspends in the water when jerking, so it's easy to keep at a certain depth.
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I see it produces very little either way, but smallies like a jerkbait type retrieve, and largemouth, either way!
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I fish a clear spring fed pond and want to know what a good color to use would be
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Go natural. Silver. Closely match the forage fish in the pond. What are the bass eating?
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silver or gold work great!
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In clear water the lighter colors generally work best...silver or whites.
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17 and 66
I would use bright colors in clear water it is commonly known to do that
and you are very lucky to have oppurtunity to fish in florida
the two colors i saw i would use would be 17 and 66
they look good and should produce there
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I would try number 01 and 68 on the BPS color chart. We've got a one lake in my area that's more clear than most of the others, and I notice the fish in that lake tend to be relatively darker, so the green olive (#68) color in the smaller size matches the forage pretty well.
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Running depth between 6' - 11'.
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about 3 ft.
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Depends on line diameter...the smaller the line, the deeper it runs. This bait is a shallow runner, 3-4 ft at most.
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It dives 6ft to 11ft depending on the speed of your retrieve
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According to Rapala, they run between 6 and 11 feet.
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6'-8'
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