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Rapala Ultra Light Rippin' Rap® · 1 1/2 in · 3/16 oz · Purpledescent · 1 pk.

Rapala Ultra Light Rippin' Rap® · 1 1/2 in · 3/16 oz · Purpledescent · 1 pk.

$8.99
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Color: Purpledescent
Length
1 1/8 in
1 1/2 in
Lure weight
3/16 oz
1/16 oz
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The Rippin' Rap features a lipless, deep belly profile designed to crank, swim and rip. With its skinny sides this bait flutters on the drop. Hard vibrating action on fast or slow retrieves accented with loud, distinctive BB rattle system. Textured scales and gills with deep set 3D holographic eyes. Super easy to fish, the Rippin’ Rap® is perfect for pulling over or through grass, bouncing off timber and rippin’ through rocks. Long-casting with variable running depth, this one is just right for clear water where look is key or for fishing stained, dark water where just the right sound is essential. Fast piercing VMC® black nickel hooks seal the deal.

Features:

  • Tall, Skinny Body Shape

  • Distinctive Loud BB Rattle System

  • Lipless Design

  • Hard Vibrating Action

  • Long-Casting

  • VMC® Black Nickel Hooks

  • Textured Scale Body

Hook size
#10, #12
Quantity per pack
1
Diving Depth
Variable
Lure type
Crankbaits
Fishing type
Conventional
Model
ULRPR04PDS
Water type
Freshwater
Rapala Ultra Light Rippin' Rap® · 1 1/2 in · 3/16 oz · Purpledescent · 1 pk.
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James Jones
James Jones
Verified conventional fishing expert
Reviewed Aug 16, 2022

Lipless cranks are one of those few baits that can be fished THE ENTIRE YEAR. Winter-summer these baits get bit. (And not just bass- if you slow down your retrieve and run it across the bottom, catfish will munch it too.)