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Strike King King Rat

   

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3/8 oz.

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KRAT-6
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  • SKU: 973439

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White

3/8 oz.

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KRAT-12
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The King of the aquatic vegetation pack! The Strike King® King Rat literally crawls, darts, wiggles, and walks over the most incredibly thick lily pads, hydrilla, coontail, hyacinth, duck weed, etc. It's perfect for all types of floating vegetation. This exciting high floating soft plastic lure comes pre-rigged with a chemically sharpened 4/0 Mustad wide gap, needle point hook, designed to pull the big ones out of the heavy slop.

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King Rat I used the King Rat in grey in some upper Wisconsin lakes last year in the one week I caught over 100 Large Mouth bass. My best day was 31. The % of fish that hit and were hooked was about 200% more than any other weedless lure I have used. I highly recommend. I only had 5 with me and wound up super glueing them back together. They were totaly destroyed after the week. March 24, 2006
Not even if it was free I bought three of these and when the package arrived there were four that had been shipped. I went through the first three in a total of less then fifteen casts, the hook just rips through the body with the littlest bit of strain. I have the fourth one still but I will never waist another cast with this bait on my line. September 11, 2007
awsome these rat lures are great! I just started largmouth bass fishing this year and this was the first top water lure I bought. Figured I'd give it a shot. after a couple of casts into the lilly pads I started getting hits like crazy. Hooking the fish was abit tough but if you wait a couple seconds before setting the hook you should be good. I bought a white and a green rat. I also caught a pike on this thing. He took my first one which was the green one. I tied my white one on. Cast it out let it sit reel in abit then let it sit. He ended up having that rat right down his throat. I brought the pike home an filleted it. Found my other hook in its belly. Pretty cool September 8, 2009
okay action, very little durability i bought this wondering how durable it would be...... in one day 3 whiskers fell off, it doesnt run straight, and the tail is fallin off! i have caught 0 fish with it also! it has OKAY action imparted to it but i was really dissapointed (if thats how u spell it??) with my purchase. Needless to say i will NOT be buying this product again...... July 15, 2008
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Is this supposed to float?

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Mine dosent
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 - Littleton, MA
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Its not a complete floater. Cast it out. Jig it twice then reel it in slow. It will sit about 6" below the water. You can stop reeling to let it sink a little or slow down on how you reel it and jig it every so often.
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it floats below the surface about 2-3". try taking the pellet out from under the tail
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I agree it doesn't float at any point while fishing with the lure..
3 years, 11 months ago
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 - hampstead MD
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It doesn't float, but it is meant to be retrieved quickly so it stays on top of the water with the legs thumping. It will sink slowly if you do not reel.
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 - Coshocton, OH
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My mouse floated fine. Just a performance issue is what I have with hook setting.
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