Sending Shock Waves

Rapala introduces the Clackin' Rap

Published in the April 2009 Issue Published online: Apr 09, 2009
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Anglers will stop, stare and marvel at how Rapala has once again redefined the laws of lure design with the creation of the new lipless Clackin' Rap.

The Clackin' Rap excels in all fishing applications: cast, troll, jig it in deep water, buzz it fast just under the surface, pulse it to flutter it-there's no way to fish this lipless wonder wrong.

This heavy vibrating, new concept bait is a fresh water delight. It features a fatter physical appearance and a "just have to bite it" continual deep base rattle that'll have big fish charging in from all directions, ready to pounce in clackity-clack attack mode.

Not only can fish hear the rattle, but they can feel the vibration produced from the BB-enticing and taunting every fish in the area. The Clackin' Rap is 3 1/8 inches long, weighs a hefty 7/8 ounce, and is equipped with a front VMC SureSet belly hook and a Black Nickel treble hook in back to dig deep and hold the hook set. A translucent textured body with internal holographic foil creates an extremely seductive flash. With 16 tantalizing X-Rap finishes, the Clackin' Rap can just plain do it all.

The new hard knocks champion of the fishing world has arrived.

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