Rapala Minnow Rap

2 Reviews
$9.99
SKU: F11603

Details

Rapala Minnow Raps are a hybrid of the famed Original Floating minnow profile and the renowned Shad Rap action. Constructed of balsa with a tight, wobbling action. Choose from Classic patterns with clear lips or bleeding patterns with bleeding gillsand deep red lip. Hand-tuned and tank-tested for perfect action right out of the box.

  • Shad rap action
  • Natural minnow profile
  • Deep diving lip
  • Balsa body construction
  • Premium VMC black nickel hooks
  • Natural or bleeding patterns
  • Hand-tuned and tank-tested
  • Qty. per pack: 1
8 available colors
Hot Tiger
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 4
$9.99
Perch
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 1
$9.99
Purpledescent
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 20
$9.99
Silver
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 4
$9.99
Yellow Perch
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 1
$9.99
Bleeding Hot Olive
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 13
$9.99
Firetiger
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 14
$9.99
Hot Steel
3 1/2 in.
Model
MR09
Depth
5 - 11 ft.
Weight
<sup>5</sup>/<sub>16</sub> oz.
Treble Hooks
Two # 3
Stock: 6
$9.99

Ratings & Reviews

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Minnow Rap

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One of my cold water go-to baits, large or small, it hooks them all!!

Another good Rapala deep diving minnow

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This is yet another well designed Rapala, one of their ump-teen deep diving models. I am not sure what niche it is specifically to fill but I can attest that it works. I suspect it may work in situations of clear water and finicky fish. It is not a particularly heavy or dense lure so it is better for trolling, casting not so much. Its balsa wood construction provides for a very nice slow rolling action - but a caveat - balsa is not the toughest construction material so I wouldn't run it through pike hangouts. I've been trolling them on an inline side planer and this lure's low drag resistance is a plus for this application.