Definitely not your grandfather's Rapala®. The legendary Shad Rap® has evolved with a new technology prismatic "glass" three-dimensional look that's unique and innovative. When the light hits the lure, it reflects in hundreds of directions at once. It's the same principle behind facets on a diamond. The chameleon-like Rapala Glass Shad Rap® actually picks up the color of its surroundings and bounces the same color back in an iridescent glow. When fished in bright sunlight or low light conditions, the Glass Shad Rap looks completely natural because it adapts to the current conditions. Outfitted with premium VMC® hooks. Running depth: 5'-15'.
They get hit hard
My friend and I fish around dock lights at night. This is the goto lure. In fact we have multiple rods set up and they all have the clear white tied on them. why? all the same....because the stripers and bass hit them so hard we need a quick back up in case of mishaps...
Other crankbaits have tried but the clear white glass rap out fishes them all every time!
January 26, 2012
I bought one of these on a whim last year. After seeing them in Rapala Pro Bass Fishing, I figured i'd give one a try. After one outing i've purchased at least 6 more. I love the action on them and so do the fish. I prefer the action on these over husky jerks and x-raps. I'm pretty brutal with these running them deep in shallow water bouncing them off stumps, rocks, boat ramps, etc. and they hold up very well. I've caught several species of fish with these lures including gar and drum. Quality is what you'd expect from Rapala...but with rapala quality you also get the rapala price tag.
January 8, 2012
I bought one of these with some leftover money. these baits work great, they dive deap. I like testing my lures to make sure that they run smooth.And it works in the river so no doubt it would go great in the lake. I hope this lure catches fish.
December 15, 2011
Loooove these lures
It may be a coincidence but my two largest bass (6 lb 3 oz and a 7 lb 2 oz ) were both caught with Glass Raps. They run straight, they're durable, and they have a nice tight wiggle. Plus they look great.
They are not the cheapest hardbait in the bin but compared to some of the overpriced lures on the market, they're a bargain.
December 7, 2011
The color more depends on the situation. What's the weather pattern (overcast or sunny)? What's the water clarity (really cloudy or super clear). The last question is, what color are the shad in your area. I always try to have my lures look the closest in color to the shad that are indigenous to my area. I've use the 01 version because the shad in my area are black & silver. I hope this helps. Fish on!
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