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What kind of lure is this?
Posted by UFownstSECsince1950 on 9/22 at 6:37 pm



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Posted by Capt ST on 9/22 at 6:39 pm to UFownstSECsince1950
A lipless crankbait.


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Posted by KingRanch on 9/22 at 6:41 pm to UFownstSECsince1950
Rat L Trap


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Posted by UFownstSECsince1950 on 9/22 at 6:41 pm to Capt ST
Right....any idea what type?


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Posted by Slickback on 9/22 at 6:42 pm to UFownstSECsince1950
Some type of lipless crank bait in fire tiger color


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Posted by CajunSqueal16 on 9/22 at 6:45 pm to Slickback
That's a Lucky Craft.


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Posted by UFownstSECsince1950 on 9/22 at 6:46 pm to Slickback
Ok, just looked and I think it's just a Rapala


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Posted by Slickback on 9/22 at 6:46 pm to UFownstSECsince1950
Lucky Craft or Cotton Cordell maybe??


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Posted by Clyde Tipton on 9/22 at 7:19 pm to Slickback
Looks like a cotton Cordell... In crawfish color.

Fire tiger is green chartreuse and orange with black stripes.



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Posted by TBoy on 9/22 at 8:21 pm to UFownstSECsince1950
It's a too clean bait that looks like it has never gotten wet.


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Posted by TigerBait413 on 9/22 at 8:27 pm to UFownstSECsince1950
Looks like an xcalibur one knocker. Want to say Toledo gold but I think that has more crawfish pattern.


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Posted by TutHillTiger on 9/22 at 8:41 pm to TigerBait413
It is a Rat L Trap knockoff, why are you asking questions about it. Did you slay with it somewhere and want to buy a dozen more, Fess up man!


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Posted by Bleeding purple on 9/22 at 8:44 pm to UFownstSECsince1950
you guys don't know your baits too well

that is not a rattle trap this is

notice the longer snout and dorsal fin

that is not a cotton cordell this is:



notice the lack of molded body features, long snout, and lack of dorsal fin

It is not a lucky craft this is:


notice the double gill plate molding and the molded lower lip

Nor is it a spro which has a broken backbone look with a dent in the spine behind the head



It is a BPS XPS lipless




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Posted by bbvdd on 9/22 at 8:46 pm to Bleeding purple
Nerd.


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Posted by KingRanch on 9/22 at 8:47 pm to Bleeding purple
Gay


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Posted by Clyde Tipton on 9/22 at 8:51 pm to Bleeding purple
You queer for lipless crank baits, or something?


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Posted by Bleeding purple on 9/22 at 9:15 pm to Clyde Tipton
if I fished as much as I thought about fishingI wouldn't have a wife or a job.


FWIW, each has a different action, sound, and can be modified differently.

Got to know your equipment fellas.



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Posted by TutHillTiger on 9/22 at 9:22 pm to Bleeding purple
Dont care that much about them as trout redfish will generally hit any of them when they are hitting them. I just want to know where they were hitting that weird thing


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Posted by 007mag on 9/22 at 9:30 pm to Bleeding purple
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This post was edited on 9/22 at 9:37 pm

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Posted by Fishhead on 9/22 at 9:40 pm to Capt ST
quote:

A lipless crankbait.



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