Stay in the strike zone. It's hard for large fish to resist the slow-rising Shadow Rap. They can flawlessly mimic a minnow in distress with a horizontal struggle with a vertical "rise" on pause. You can fish from a finesse all the way up to an aggressive retrieve. Plus, the larger profile has more flash. Cast one of these and see what behemoths are living in your lake.
Available in numerous different patterns
Color patterns can make all the difference. Whether you're fishing in one of the Great Lakes or in the pond out back, the pattern and color of your lure can mean the difference between hooking the big one and go home empty handed. Rapala® knows this and has released the Shadow Rap in numerous different colors and patterns to fit with the way you fish. Find your perfect minnow today.
Struggle is a good thing
It kicks up to almost 180° right and then left. This continuous motion means it moves forward very little in the travel. This allows the lure to stay in the strike zone longer.
Going down... face first
It comes with a fixed weight system. This system allows the lure to fade slowly like a real minnow. Also like a real minnow, it'll begin to fade head first, in a more true action. Making it ready to go in all situations.
Look out behind you!
Give the line a sharp snap. Now, give it generous slack line. You'll notice something magnificent, the lure will actually spin around and look backwards. Talk about realistic action.
Hook this great value by ordering today!