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Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap Tiny Trap

   

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Chartreuse Blue Orange Belly

Chartreuse Blue Orange Belly

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT280
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 2157186

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Bubble Gum Pink

Bubble Gum Pink

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT279
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 2157187

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Sexy West

Sexy West

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT277
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 2157188

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Lavender Sexy Shad

Lavender Sexy Shad

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT276
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 2157189

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Grub

Grub

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT272
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 2157190

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Red Caterpillar

Red Caterpillar

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT271
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 2157191

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Gold Black Back

Gold Black Back

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT26
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1511986

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Chrome Black Back

Chrome Black Back

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT25
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1511987

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Bleeding Shiner

Bleeding Shiner

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT37
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1511988

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Natural Crawfish

Natural Crawfish

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT46N
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 1511989

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Firetiger

Firetiger

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TTW4
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 213375

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Chrome Blue Back

Chrome Blue Back

1-3/4"

1/8 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
10

Model:
TT25B
  • $6.79

  • SKU: 175986

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No other hardbait can boast the fish-catching success of the Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap® Tiny Trap®. With its flashy shad-like profile and super-tight wiggle, it's impossible to fish wrong. Match the hatch with this action-packed ultralight.

Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap Tiny Trap 4.5 5 22 22
Multi-Species Producer In the 1\8 ounce size this lure will still cast a mile on 8 pound or lighter line. It has produced great for crappie, large blue gill, white bass and most any panfish. The real good news is that smallies and largemouth bass off all sizes can't resist either. May 15, 2008
Versatile!!!!! The Tiny Trap is a great versatile crankbait. This is another good 'feeler' as anything will take a reaction strike at it. On the Tiny Trap, I have taken White Perch, Yellow Perch, Striped Bass, Croaker, Pike, Smallmouth, Largemouth and Crappie, all of dramatically varying size as anything strikes at it. Its size and weight is small enough to throw with a smaller setup, but big enough to cast far. This is a must have in your tacklebox. July 10, 2008
Great for ponds, panfish, and finessing bass This size is excellent for smaller waters like ponds, fishing for crappie or bluegill, and when bass are being finicky. The main downside for people that fish small ponds and lakes is that, like all sinking crankbaits, it snags easily, and this one requires lighter tackle to throw it. So you either have to bring a boat or risk $7 every time you tie one on. It can also be used for jigging above rockpiles, brushpiles (carefully!), off docks, or anywhere fish are holding, and for ice fishing. December 1, 2014
tiny traps not the same I have been using Tiny-TRAPS for over 15 years and they have been the best lipless crankbait around. In one day i caught 47 bass on a silver with a black back.I bought 2 new ones and when i was tying one on i noticed they changed the hook that you tie on to has changed to a rectangle unstead of a circle .i thought nothing of it until it started messing up when i started using it.So im going to change them.Tiny traps are still the best if you make the adjustment. May 2, 2010
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If your talking river and stream trout I have no idea but speckled trout like a good yo-yo retrieve.
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There are many different ways to work a Rat-L-Trap and using the right presentation can improve your day’s catch. You might try online or contact Rat-L-Trap at 1-800-633-4861.
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XCalibur lipeless cranks in the rattling version. Tough cranks too as well.
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The Rattlin' Rapala in the 1-1/2" 3/16oz size. They come in a varity of colors and have hooked many fish for me, largemouth and bream.
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i personally like lipless baits because they're easy to use and i tend to catch more fish with them.
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Both. I use the red eye shad for depths of 5 to 12 feet with light vegetation. It excels with a yo-yo action. The rattletrap is a great bait to throw in grass from 1 to 5 feet. It excels when you rip and pause it through the grass.Good luck.
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I DONT THINK SO. I THINK THE RATTLE TRAP IS AN ALL AROUND GOOD LURE YOU CAN FISH IT AT ANY DEPTH YOU CHOSE IF YOU ARE USING THE SINKING VERSION
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in my opinion, they are the best at what they do. the Rapala Knocker is a great change of pace trap.
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You cannot beat'em. However, XCalibur Xr lipeless cranks are right there with them. Stick with what works for you from successful catch you've made. I would try and compare. I tend to end up going back to the old faithful and reliable bait that have successfully caught fish for me almost each and every time out without fail. Hope you stick with you know best, lurecollector. :)
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JUST THROW IT OUT AND REEL IT FAST AND TRY REELING IT SLOW TO SEE HOW THE FISH REACT TO IT. I LIKE TO USE A MEDIUM TO FAST RETREIVE
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fish it slow and jerk it some times.
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