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Rapala Lures

Rapala Lures are a well-known brand in the lure market. Lauri Rapala is the founder of the company, and he started his quest to make the best lures in the world. Rapala lures are made with precision to live up to the promise. The company was founded in 1931, and Rapala worked hard to establish a name in the industry. Today, the company makes 20 million lures a year, and they sell their products in more than 140 countries in the world.

Professional and amateur anglers use Rapala lures because they are dependable and they deliver great results. In fact, Rapala’s lures were used to break world records in different categories more than any other brand. Rapala is a name you can trust, and their lures can help you become a better angler. There are hundreds of different lures available.

Rapala Rattlin 05 Fishing Lures

Rattlin’ Fishing lures from Rapala are a great choice for anglers. Rattlin’ Rapala ables you to make long casts, and the swimming action is just amazing. You can modify the action from slow to very fast retrieve rates at will. The lure features an extra-loud shallow-running crankbait. There are two full-size treble hooks placed on the bottom side to ensure hookups.

The sound produced by this lure triggers fish in the water, and they come to investigate. The sound frequencies generated by these lures are harmonic, in tune with nature. When this sound is combined with Rapala’s wobble action, it is easy to see why this lure is so effective.

The design is balanced, and it allows long-casting which makes this lure suitable for all locations. You can reel it in fast or drag it slowly, the sound it makes is irresistible to fish.

Rapala Rattlin 05 Fishing Lures sinks slowly when it hits the water. The VMC black nickel hooks are located on the bottom. Rapala Rattlin’ are hand tuned, and tank tested lures ready to be used straight from the box. The Rapala Rattlin 05 Fishing Lures is a great choice for Pros and amateurs alike.

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