Rapala Rattlin 05 Fishing Lures
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- Great action at slow to very fast retrieve rates.
- Balanced Design
- Special "tuned" sound chamber is loaded with rattlin' BBs
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Cast out a Rattlin' Rapala and watch the swimming action at slow to very fast retrieve rates — you'll be amazed. This extra-loud, shallow-running crankbait is equipped with two full-size treble hooks for sure hookups.
Sound heightens curiosity in fish and triggers investigation. These lures actually have sound frequencies that are harmonic, uniform, and "in tune" with nature. This secret of sound combined with the legendary Rapala "wobble" is what make this lure so effective.
Long-casting, lipless design makes this lure viable anywhere you can fish. Rip it fast or run it slow — either way, it sounds like the dinner bell to fish. Features premium VMC black nickel hooks. Each lure is hand-tuned and tank-tested for ultimate performance right out of the box.
- Classic lipless design
- Unique rattle chamber
- Balanced design
- VMC black nickel hooks
- Hand-tuned & tank-tested
Product detailsColor:Baby Bass
- Package Dimensions : 1 x 1 x 1 inches; 1 Pounds
- Item model number : ASIN B001NXD0NM
- Date First Available : November 24, 2008
- Manufacturer : Rapala
- ASIN : B001NXD0L4
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#38,319 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #50 in Fishing Topwater Lures
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Have seen many a review of these lures and they seem to all say that you should have them in your tackle box. Looking forward to using them sometime this year