Rapala Jointed Shad Rap
Rapala Jointed Shad Raps offer a wide swimming jointed action with a loud rhythmic rattle to mimic and exaggerate the action of a wounded baitfish. Suspending on pause just like the real thing, it is just too much for even the wariest fish to resist. Lightweight and durable plastic body construction enhance the action. Right out of the box it swims with perfection due to hand-tuning and tank-testing.
- Wide swimming action
- Rhythmic rattle
- Lightweight and durable plastic body
- Quick diving lip design
- Premium VMC black nickel hooks
- Hand-tuned and tank-tested
- Qty. per pack: 1
Ratings & Reviews
Well-made lures and with the best built in action
by PMo -
I have yet to use this particular lure since the local spots are iced over but I've had good luck with all Rapalas in this style. These work exceptionally well as a twitch bait. Cast it out, let it sit until the ripples dissipate and then shake the rod tip so the lure acts like a wounded baitfish. You can also do a slow retrieve but I've had more fish strike it with the twitch method. These will catch bass, perch, pickerel and the occasional greedy bluegill. Word of advice is to tie it directly to line, DO NO USE A SWIVEL. If you must use terminal tackle, use the smallest cross lock type.
Not so deep as the jsr05 or 07
by Maine Fishing -
Looking for a smaller lure for spring fishing then here you go. If have the tried the JSR07 and JSR05 and want the same action with out deep diving then this is what you want.
Consistently the best
by Van -
Simply the best and most consistent lure in my "vast" arsenal. I like most have a tackle box (multiple) of lures that work, but they lack consistency and hence lack my confidence in using them. Not this one especially the baby walleye and baby bass.
I have found this lure catches fish when others do not.
Baby Bass jsr04bb the best lake lure for New Zealand rainbow, brown Trout and Salmon
Shad Baby Bass Lures JS04 JS05 JS07
by Revo -
Baby Bass green is the best colour to buy for New Zealand conditions. Use one the gets down near the bottom but does not touch it.
by Gabriel Albertini -
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