Rapala® 2 3/4" X - Rap Pop Lure

Item # WX2-226311

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Details & Specs

Rapala® 2 3/4" X - Rap Pop Lure brings X - Rap attitude and action to topwater!

Big poppin'. Big splashin'. Big bassin'. The X-Rap Pop gets loud and gets bites. Starting in a tail down position, its arched body shape sets lure up for a large kerplunk-pop and splash with every snap... even the slightest tug and the X-Pop comes to life! Internal long cast mechanism allows you to fish vast amounts of water without changing spots.

  • 2 3/4" long, weighs 3/8 oz.
  • Textured translucent body, internal holographic foil, and 3D holographic eyes for realistic looks
  • Internal rattle adds to the noise and commotion
  • Two #5 VMC® black nickel hooks
  • Flash feather teaser tail.


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Articles & Tips
Properly Matching Lure/Line/Rod

Mismatched gear results in bad things happening. Knowing and understanding which rods and line to match with specific lures takes a little experience. As an angler begins to get the "feel" of properly matching up his gear to match the presentation, more bass will be coming over the boat's gunnels!

Topwater Tips For Bass

One of the most thrilling experiences on fresh water is when a chunky bass, be it a largemouth or smallmouth, blows up on a surface bait. When there's a hot topwater bite, chances are you'll also catch some of the biggest fish of the season! So to help you enjoy more success on top, here are some tips that have helped me score throughout the years.

Raise Your Heartrate Fishing Topwaters In The Slop

I love the feeling of a deep-water bite as much as the next guy. That solid "THWUMP," when a big bass inhales a Carolina rig. But it just doesn't compare to the adrenaline charge you get when a big largemouth blows up on a weedless topwater bait in thick cover. Here are some tips to catch bass in the slop.

Stay On Top For Fall Bass Action

While people probably throw more topwaters in the spring when bass move shallow to spawn, the fall and early winter can produce outstanding action on top. Cooling air creates more comfortable water temperatures until winter arrives. In addition, bass find more food in the shallows. Here's how to catch them

Try Topwater Soft-Plastic Lures For Bass

You don't always need to flip pockets in heavy weeds to catch bass. In fact, one of my preferred options for uprooting largemouth from heavy cover is throwing soft-plastic topwater lures. Although flipping can be fun, there's nothing like a bucketmouth exploding at the surface, separating lily pads and sending slop flying. Here's how to best use topwater soft-plastic lures for bass.

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