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Color: Brook Trout
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Color: Clown
Color: Firetiger
Color: Gold
Color: Gold Fluorescent Red
Color: Hot Steel
Color: Live Pike
Color: Live Rainbow Trout
Color: Live Smelt
Color: Live Walleye
Color: Perch
Color: Pike
Color: Purpledescent
Color: Rainbow Trout
Color: Shiner
Color: Silver
Color: Silver Fluorescent Chartreuse
Color: Vampire
Color: Yellow Perch
 Rapala Original Floating
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Color: Blue
Color: Brook Trout
Color: Brown Trout
Color: Clown
Color: Firetiger
Color: Gold
Color: Gold Fluorescent Red
Color: Hot Steel
Color: Live Pike
Color: Live Rainbow Trout
Color: Live Smelt
Color: Live Walleye
Color: Perch
Color: Pike
Color: Purpledescent
Color: Rainbow Trout
Color: Shiner
Color: Silver
Color: Silver Fluorescent Chartreuse
Color: Vampire
Color: Yellow Perch
 Rapala Original Floating

Rapala Original Floaters

Description

Rapala Original Floaters feature balsa wood construction with a natural minnow profile and premium black nickel VMC treble hooks. Each lure is hand tuned and tank-tested to ensure world renowned action straight from the box.

Whether twitched on top as a surface bait, retrieved as a shallow runner, weighted with a split shot for medium depth retrieves or bottom walked off a three-way swivel or bottom bouncer, the wounded minnow action of Rapala Original Floaters continues to be irresistible to fish everywhere.

Features of Rapala Original Floaters include:

  • Natural minnow profile
  • Stainless through-wire construction
  • Balsa body
  • Premium VMC black nickel hooks
  • Hand tuned and tank tested
Specifications

Rapala Original Floaters
Specifications
ModelLength
(in.)
Depth
(ft.)
Weight
(oz.)
Treble Hooks
(qty./no.)
F0311/22 - 41/16Two No. 12
F0523 - 51/16Two No. 10
F0723/43 - 51/8Two No. 7
F0931/23 - 53/16Two No. 7
F1143/84 - 63/16Two No. 6
F1351/44 - 61/4Three No. 5
F1876 - 1111/16Three No. 2
Reviews
Review Summary
4.7
(38 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.97%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (10), Casual Fisher (2), Beginner (2)
Pros
Good For Variety Of Fish (10)
Looks Realistic (10)
Easy To Store (7)
Irresistible to Fish (7)
Easy To Handle (7)
Cons
Best Uses
Fresh Water (10)
Trolling (8)
Shore Casting (5)
Bigger Waters Than River (2)
Rivers and bigger streams....moving water (2)

Customer Reviews
longwok
United States
 Rapala 13 for big trout in Az! (from prior model)
Pros: Catch fish!
Best Uses: Big trout in Az rivers during spring runoff.
Comments: I use the #13 for big Az trout in spring. It's a father and son thing. Backpack into our secret place. Then go trout "catching" not just fishing! Going to try the Rapala spoonbill model this year. Great lure.
 Togue love it
Pros: Great for trolling
Best Uses: Togue & Salmon
Comments: I use the size 7 for best results.
alex
illinoic usa
Casual/Recreational Angler
 great action (from prior model)
Pros: excelent action
Best Uses: casting
Comments: excellent lures for river fishing
Bill
Upstate NY
 oRIGINAL rAPALA fLOATER
Pros: Great for trolling
Cons: Finish Wears Quickly
Best Uses: Rivers and bigger streams....moving water
Comments: Still one of the best made lures
Jim
Western PA.
 Floating Rapala
Pros: Northern Pike love it, easy to use, small mouth bass like it
Best Uses: creeks, ponds
Comments: Easy to use and the fish smash it.
walleye man
lewistown,pa
 good lure (from prior model)
Pros: good wobble
Comments: good lure for early season walleyes and stripers
 best lure out there
Comments: The size 3 floating Rapala is without a doubt the best lure you can have on you as a shore fisherman. From trout to pike to panfish its a killer
Jadon
Pipestone
 Rapala
Pros: Walleye
Comments: Good price, would buy again from FishUSA
gerdy
Milwaukee
 Great for big pike (from prior model)
Pros: low speed wobble, works good out of the box
Comments: I have been using this for pike fishing for a long time needed another one for back up
 Best Lure Period
Comments: The size 3 floating Rapala is the best lure you can have as a shore angler. No matter what you're after. Bluegill, trout, pike, bass, walleye it doesn't matter this lure gets them
fish fanatic
Wisconsin
 best bluegill bait
Comments: I love this lure (size 03 chartreuse) to catch bluegills. When the water is calm I just twitch it and they strike it. Sometimes I tip it with a waxie.
 original
Pros: easy to use
Comments: these catch anything under the sun!
tommyboy
NY
Advanced Angler
 metalljca (from prior model)
Pros: perfect size
Comments: This lure catches any big predatory fish. I mainly use it for big browns, rainbows, bass and pike, I have also seen these work on freshwater drum, musky, lake trout, salmon and even channel cats.
zMathematician
Lockport NY
 Great Multi-species Lure (from prior model)
Pros: Great action, Great castability, Great size
Comments: I use these lures in multiple colors for chasing large brown and rainbow trout, salmon and pike. Works very well, give it a couple jerks then pause and repeat.
Bruce
Chicago
 Rapala F18 (from prior model)
Pros: low speed wobble
Comments: This is my favorite lure for trolling for walleyes at night. they can't resist the wobble at low speeds.
Kaster
Central Pa
 Fish USA is great to deal with. (from prior model)
Pros: Runs at the pre determine with good action.d depth
Best Uses: River walleye
Comments: I order my Rapalas and actually received them a day earlier than expected.
gridjockey
United States
 lure with some byte (from prior model)
Comments: i decided to mix it up one day and tied on a f18 black and gold rapala . well the wind picked up and started to get stormy and i picked up the speed down rigging with this lure at about three miles an hour and started to catch some browns in the two pound class and up .keeping it down at about sixty five feet on the down rigger.be leary about those hooks on this lure they are very sharp.
 Pike Lure (from prior model)
Comments: Great for Fishing on our Lakes on Pikes
Kimbo
Pennsylvania
 These dogs can hunt!!!
Best Uses: Rivers and bigger streams....moving water
Comments: I've been using the Rapala floaters for years and of all the lures I've used including spinners, spoons, jerkbaits, or soft plastics these deliver the fish more excitingly than any other. Just throw it out there into moving water and let it do it's thing..............wiggle. The fish come looking for it, you just do the hooking. If you snag give the line a little slack and the lure easily floats clear of an obstruction. If I had to choose a favorite color it'd be the Brown Trout pattern, for whatever reason trout love this color. My only complaint is this site offered a free shirt if you ordered 5 or more Rapala lures, I ordered 7 on the last order and got no shirt. By the way tho, I wear a LARGE.
Gene
NW Ohio
 Rapala Original 09
Pros: Walleye killer
Best Uses: Bigger Waters Than River
Comments: The Original 09's have always been my go to lure when fishing spring Walleyes and the abuse they take it was time to replace them
Fish eater
Johns Creek, GA
 Rapala
Pros: Very Nice Wobble
Cons: Too Big For A Small River
Best Uses: Bigger Waters Than River
Comments: Unfortunately, I bought a too large Rapala for the river I fish in
Fisherman
Johns Creek, GA
 Rapala Original Floating 1-1/2", clown
Pros: Trouts like it, Great for trolling
Cons: Light not great for cast
Best Uses: Trout in Chattachoochee
Comments: I have used this only once for 10 minutes and caught a trout. Rapalas have great reputation
Fairfield Bay AR.
 Excellent Lure
Pros: Best lure I fish
Cons: A bit of weight
Best Uses: Walleye Bass
Comments: I use it for all fresh water dark and clear waters. Needs more weight for casting. The 3 trebble 5" five to 11 foot deep diver is the best made.
Troutman Jack
Glastonbury, CT
Trout killer (from prior model)
Pros: Looks Realistic, Irresistible to Fish, Easy To Handle, Good For Variety Of Fish, Easy To Store, Strong
Best Uses: Trolling, Fresh Water, Shore Casting
Comments: I have ten of the F03's in different colors in my box at all times. The best trout lure on the market.
LT
Marietta GA
 Must have for all who fish (from prior model)
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Looks Realistic
Comments: I have used the Rapala since I was a kid fishing with my dad. We caught bass, crappie, white bass, pearch, bream, you name it. I introduced it to my boys and we still caught and are catching fish. Oh yea, I'm talking about the very same Rapala I used as a kid. I still have one of my dads. I am trying to work my new Rapalas into a way to catch walleye, got to get it deep. I'll let ya know.
Rusty
Pyeongtaek, South Korea
 No action (from prior model)
Comments: The fish were around but not interested. Maybe the wrong color for the fish in South Korea.
kid_icarus
chicago
 rapala is king (from prior model)
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Strong, Looks Realistic, Easy To Handle
Best Uses: Trolling, Fresh Water, Shore Casting
Comments: i love my little rapalas. these were a lot of fun to fish with. in fact the rapalas and mr. twisters were the only set up that caught me any fish on my first outing to red lake, canada. watch out for your fingers, clothes or anything snaggable though–ESPECIALLY if you are a noob like i am. those puppies will hook on any and everything! ;)
Spice
Australia
 Rapals are simply the best (from prior model)
Pros: Strong, Looks Realistic, Easy To Store, Irresistible to Fish
Best Uses: Trolling, Fresh Water
Comments: rapalas are simply the best trout hb lure available i believe!
dan
australia
 rapala floating lures (from prior model)
Pros: Irresistible to Fish, Easy To Handle, Strong
Comments: never have to tune tracks straight out of box
jack
jvegas, nc
 not the facnciest but always works (from prior model)
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish
Cons: A little light
Best Uses: Trolling, Fresh Water, Salt Water, Fast or slow or jerkbait
Comments: throw into schools of baitfish, jerk out of grass for reds and specks in nc or throw to trout in river pools in ct
Ted
Benalla, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
 RAPALA IS KING (from prior model)
Pros: Looks Realistic, Strong, Good For Variety Of Fish, Been using these for 30yr, Irresistible to Fish, Easy To Store
Cons: The 2 trebles are tricky, Difficult to Handle
Best Uses: Caught heaps of trout, Salt Water, Trolling, Shore Casting, Deep Water, Fresh Water, Caught heaps of redfin, Caught heaps of salties
Comments: Flcking on streams, trolling on lakes and the same for saltwater, by the way the redfin referred to above is actually an english perch and are better eating than trout by a country mile whereas the trout is far better when smoked
Bill
El Paso, Texas
 Trolling (from prior model)
Pros: Coloring, Good For Variety Of Fish
Best Uses: Trolling, Fresh Water
Comments: We were actually looking for another lure when we found this one at FishUSA. The coloring is "perfect" and the lure works well. We have a difficult time in our area finding specific lures and colors. We fish in New Mexico. The shape, coloring and quality are important, and at various times throughout the year attract quality fish. This lure has done well with white bass and crappie.
lil john
Texas
Professional Angler
Rapala Origional is the best ever (from prior model)
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Looks Realistic
Best Uses: Shore Casting, Fresh Water
Comments: this is the best lure i heve used i went to the sulfur river in dalby springs last night and i caught twenty two catfish on this lure the biggest was fifty four pounds and six ounces. i reccomend this lure to those of u that fish rivers.
asr1
new york
 its works (from prior model)
Comments: its really works
moshe.raz
Israel
 Rapala Floating Lures (from prior model)
Pros: Easy To Store, Looks Realistic, Easy To Handle
Best Uses: Fresh Water
Comments: It has to be used with ultralight rod.
Mad-Jack
Forest Lake, MN
 Top Producing Lure (from prior model)
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Looks Realistic, Easy To Store, Easy To Handle, Fish Don't Escape, Irresistible to Fish
Best Uses: Trolling, Fresh Water
Comments: Trolling slowly with this lure, it rides shallow enoough not to catch a lot of weeds, and the fish just attacked it.
Scott
Tulsa, OK
 The original still works (from prior model)
Pros: Good For Variety Of Fish, Irresistible to Fish, Fish Don't Escape, Easy To Store, Easy To Handle, Looks Realistic
Comments: These still work for just about Everything - The F7 is a catch anything that swims kind of lure. Great during spawning for bass. Let it sit there and barely twitch it over a spawning area and bass go wild.
crazyjjk
Newark Valley, NY
 Rapala Great like always (from prior model)
Pros: Easy To Handle, Good For Variety Of Fish, Irresistible to Fish, Easy To Store, Looks Realistic, Fish Don't Escape
Best Uses: Fresh Water, Trolling, Shore Casting
Comments: What I expect from Rapala.
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