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Color: Black Flash
Color: Black Mamba
Color: Blue Tiger
Color: Cedar Point
Color: Dream House
Color: Filthy Pouch
Color: Fire Tiger
Color: Flashy Muff
Color: Grape Frog
Color: Green Goblin
Color: High School
Color: Midnight Heatwave
Color: Midnight Surprise
Color: My Secret
Color: Mystery Machine
Color: Oscars Revenge
Color: Purple Pumps
Color: Raspberry Lemonade
Color: Sweet Lips
Color: The Machine
Color: Watermelon

Bay Rat Lures Long Shallow Divers

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Description

Bay Rat Lures Long Shallow Divers offer a unique design made by anglers for anglers. The minnow-like appearance and fish-enticing wobbling action of these lures will bring on the strikes. Bay Rat Lures are great for targeting all species of gamefish from walleye, salmon, steelhead, trout and bass to inshore species like redfish, snook and speckled trout.

Features of Bay Rat Lures Long Shallow Divers include:

  • Wobbling action
  • Hand-painted bodies
  • High-quality treble hooks
  • Stainless steel split ring and wire eye

Bay Rat Lures Long Shallow Divers are made in the U.S.A.

Specifications

Bay Rat Lures Long Shallow Divers
Specifications
ModelLength
(in.)
Depth
(ft.)
Weight
(oz.)
Treble Hooks
(qty./no.)
RMS 569643/81 - 71/4Two No. 4
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Chas
Lindley, NY
 great product
Comments: They catch fish, really nice wobble for the spring cold water. They ate a little shorter than other brand baits but it doesn't seem to matter to the fish. Walleye seem to live them along with early spring browns.
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