Rapala Jigging Rap
Rapala Jigging Raps swim in tantalizing circles right in the middle of suspended game fish. These lures are very popular for ice fishing. Jigging Raps can also be used for all game fish species, and vertical jigging can bring fantastic results in the dog days of summer. Fish hold at certain depths and Rapala Jigging Raps allow you to reach them consistently, taunting them into a strike.
- Minnow profile
- Balanced design
- Single reversed hooks
- Center treble and eyelet
- Swimming action tail fin
- Qty. per pack: 1
Ratings & Reviews
by Hunter5 -
Used the #7 this summer just moved slowly with electric trolling motor.would touch bottom then rapidly lift up then repeat. do not drag bottom keep a lure retriever with you for snags. Caught lots of keeper walleye this summer.when I was first showed this trick I though the guy was nuts I am now a believer
These really work on the Ice
by Odie -
Use them up in Canada ice fishing. Drop the lure all they way down to the bottom, count to three, then raise it up about 18 inches and let it swim back to the bottom. Strikes usually occur on the lift up. Great for a variety of fish. Only problem is the treble hook in the middle is too small, causing lost fish. To remedy I remove that hook and replace it with a larger one.
These jigs are fantastic
by Hickory Basser -
I use these jigs throughout the year. I have caught Walleye, Smallmouth, Largemouth and Brim ranging from 15' to 80' deep. I have never used them for ice fishing because our lakes don't freeze here in North Carolina but they work great on suspending fish.
Excellent for walleye,white bass muskie
by fishfinder -
These jigs were recommended to me by North Carolina walleye fishermen. They will catch fish and perform just as advertised. They are great for vertical jigging on suspended fish. Very good action when jigged slowly.
Very productive lure. Caught many fish.
by outdoorsman -
Very effective lure for catching many types of fish. Jigging the lure on the bottom is most productive.
Great action with this lure.
by Worm-Killer -
Looking forward to using in warm weather.
by Legs -
We fish for Walleye in North Carolina lakes at depths of 70 to 120 feet in the Winter months.
by Fishman -
Bought this product for ice fishing walleye on the Saginaw River in Michigan. Watched video on YouTube on how to effectively use the lure and it was right on. Stinger on the belly treble rigged w/minnow works real well.
Big Fish Producer
by Bass Slayer -
Not just for ice fishing but a good finesse bait for suspended bass.
Best jig ever.
by JIMBELL BASS 1 -
Good for bottom bouncing.
Panfish Love It
by WNY Biker -
Perch, crappie and bluegill hit it all day long. I just wish the fish were bigger but that's not the lures fault.
by Bristolguy -
This is a classic Rapala lure that I use for walleyes through the ice. Just drop it to the bottom, count to 3 then lift it up about 18" and let it drift down. The HIT comes when you're lifting it up.
great ice fishing lure!
by loaf -
these are excellent jigs for just about any species of fish. You need to keep a tight line while jigging it to get te proper action of it swiming around the hole but it definately attracts fish and they eat it. The only con to this jig is when the fish are a little bit slugish i think this thing swims too fast for them i was using it to attract fish to my hole but sometimes they couldent get it in there mouth, i would then drop down a small hair jig that i could jig in one place and they would eat it. All around an excellent jig for ice fihing.
by COBRAMAN -
Drop to bottom and crank up 2 cranks and jig slowly. They swim in a circle and drives fish wild. But they have too small of hook on bottom so we change them.
Great Glow Colors
by Polarbear -
I use this product ice fishing for walleyes. It works great, doesn't tangle, and holds up well. Also the new glow colors are great.
by catfishrigpig -
Great for ice fishing and vertical jigging. Also work great for hopping across bottom.
Great all around jig
by FishCrazy -
I don't go any where with out a rapala jiggn rap. I use them ice fishing, open water jigging, casting, trolling! The circular movement is great while jiggn and the vibration is aewsome while castn or trolling. I have caught almost every species on them here in Colorado, perch, crappie, bass, walleye, and trout.
I would buy this product again
by Scooter -
Use for Ice Fishing
One of the go to ice fishing lures
by John doe -
Tip with a spike or minnow head
by Dean -
This jig works well, has great action and sharp hooks
Great for suspended fish
by LL -
Great for vertical jigging for suspended fish. Be careful around standing timber,its not as easy to "pop" free as the traditional jigging spoons. The 1/2 & 3/4 oz seem to work very well on Stripers & Bass.
by twodogs -
Ordered 9 of these in various size/color combinations for ice fishing. Works real well with the Rapala knot on 4lb or lighter line. Tipped with wax worm or mousie and these lures bring in the perch. [...]
Great for suspended bass!!!
by betty -
Changed treble to larger size & greatly reduced fish loss.
I use it for vertical jigging and it is
by davy crocket -
I use this rig every spring and winter it's great for walleye, I use iit in jigging mostly.I have caught all kinds of fish with this lure but make sure you have a net because if you don't you will lose as many fish as you catch.
When temps go higher ... you need deeper
by bassmastermike -
There is a saying I once heard "author unknown" but it went something like "to catch big fish use big bait" ... Also the reason why big bass grow even bigger is because their eyesight improves with age ... so must a lure if it is to catch them. Realism and making them just can't refuse it brings 'em in. To me the ultimate lure Rapala could make would be a four inch, 3/4 ounce, 0/2 hooks in a bright red shiney color, digital enhanced graphics, and the real kicker ... changes colors depending on the color of the water and depth. Please, Please let me be an evaluator for that one if the designers can even make such a one. Would love to hear Rapala's feedback on this one. Also, since I have your ear, if Rapala could come up with a lure that would ballast at certain depths. Lets say 60 feet or 30 feet ... each lure could have it's own depth and they could sell more that way too. However I'm not done yet ... based on a tiny battery inside the lure a device could make the lure move very slowly at that depth, enhanced by the movement of the rod. I also once read "unknown author" that a guy in south had an ability to fish so slow it would make you mad. However ... he caught more fish than anyone else ... so crazy erratic movement is not always the answer ... however fish are like birds ... their patterns and what one day that like and the next they don't. Actually I like my suggestions so well ...I'm going to send this off to Rapala as well. It's like sometimes the light just comes on and for me ... not very often. Thank you for letting me complete this survey[...]