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Rapala "Ultra Light Crank"

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Rapala "Ultra Light Crank"

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Use:
Freshwater
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MSRP ($):
5.99
Designed to offer big action in a small bait, the Rapala Ultra Light Crank is perfect for tough fishing conditions or when fish are keying on smaller bait. It delivers an enticing wobbling and rolling action, and dives quickly to the 8ft range. It's buoyant body also allows it to easily back out of cover when paused. Small in size, the Rapala Ultra Light Crank is weighted to cast like baits 2-3 times its size. External body scales and holographic eyes complete the illusion.
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Rapala Ultra Light Crank

This is a small crankbait. 1 1/2" and 1/8 ounce. It is fairly easy to throw even though it is so light. Once you get it to the target, it dives to its running depth (about 8 feet) pretty quickly. On the pause it rises rather quickly...it actually kind of backs up when rising. This backing up action is great as you are running it through cover. Although this lure is made for bass, I can say that at least in my area the panfish and crappie like it a lot also.

If you are looking for a small crankbait, definitely give this one a look.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Rapala quality, color selection, finish durability
Cons:
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