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About Rapala Crankin Rap Crankbait

Closeouts. Rapala's Crankin Rap Crankbait offers a wide, round body and thin tail that presents a seductive wiggle and loud, attention-getting rattle. To help you quickly fish where the fish are, each Crankin Rap is designed to dive to its own target depth, which is prominently displayed on the transparent lip.


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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nevada Hunter from Las Vegas on Saturday, April 23, 2016
Again, STP provides quality gear. I am always looking for new stuff and this came available and for the price I picked it up.
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  • “Is the 5 or the 8 the bigger nait”
    Asked by Joe from Ca on 7/25/2016 12:11:10 AM

    • Specifications
      Model -- Running Depth -- Body Length -- Weight -- Treble Hooks
      05 ------------ 4'-5' ---------------2-1/2" --------1/2 oz. -----Two No. 4
      08 ------------ 7'-8' ---------------- 2" ---------- 3/8 oz.------Two No. 5
      Answered on 7/26/2016 12:23:24 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post

About Rapala

The story behind Rapala lures began in the 1930s when a Finnish angler named Lauri Rapala made an observation about fish behavior. After noticing that large fish were much more likely to consume small, injured fish, he set out to make a lure that mimicked the appearance of a distressed minnow. Using a shoemaker’s knife and sandpaper, Lauri whittled what would become the first Rapala fishing lure -- the now legendary Original Floating Rapala. Over the years, the Rapala name grew, and today Rapala is one of the world’s largest and most respected names in fishing lures.