Reef Runner 700 Series Ripstick
The Reef Runner 700 Series Ripstick is a popular casting and trolling lure. All of Reef Runner's crankbaits are designed, tested, handcrafted and painted in the USA. The Ripstick is a rattling minnow imitator designed to deliver a wide erratic swimming action. This tournament winning "jerkbait" has a curved design and a rounded bill for diving. All 700 Series Ripstick lures feature Reef Runner's premium high gloss chip-proof finish.
- Model: 700 Series
- Depth: 12 ft.
- Weight: 5/8 oz.
- Treble Hooks: Three # 6
- Qty. per pack: 1
Reef Runner 700 Series Ripstick are made in the U.S.A.
Ratings & Reviews
Reef Runner secret
by Tom -
I dont like giving away secrets, but after years of fishing and trying different lures, this is the one that works. Cast this puppy from the boat near the rock from 9:00PM to 11:00PM ET and keep the net handy.
Great for Wyper and Walleyes
Love this lure. I troll them with leadcore to get down deep in the summer months.
One of the Best
by YOLO -
Very nice colors and action for Lake Erie Walleye but make sure it's running straight out of the box or after fish. It needs to be tuned often.
pretty good lure
by pipoto -
used itg for snook in fresh water and estuaries snappers get it also
When all others fail
by regularcharlie -
Works when others fail
Southern bass just slam these lures!
by Angler P.C.
I had a hunch the Reef Runner series of cranks would be dynamite on Southern strain largemouth and spotted bass.I invested in a few and on the third cast of ever using a Reef Runner,I banged a 400 Ripshad off a submerged tree and a four pound largemouth just loaded up on it!The Ripstick is great for catchin'em trolling.Sort of hated to let the cat out of the bag,but Southern bass anglers need to give Reef Runner a look-see.
SHOULD BE BAND!!!!
this lure introduced to me by a guy from pittsburg i like to to fish this lure in 5 to 15 feet of water w/ a fast retieve i like the chrome or silver anything w/ chrome or silver i have landed 23 bass w/ reef runners and 3 pike one bass was a 6 pounder none were under 17 inches