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Tom Sandroy

Tom Sandroy

Published on 11 months ago

Enjoy my Top 10 Rapala lures testing video. Please leave your questions or comments below.

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Rapala is the original innovator in fishing tackle with an exceptional ability to continuously renew and apply Lauri Rapala’s groundbreaking innovation that changed lure fishing forever: the Rapala wobble that imitates a wounded baitfish. This can be seen in the superior know-how in lure design and traditional craftsmanship values that are combined with cutting edge technology and uncompromising quality control. Today’s technology allows very advanced and precise production methods, yet throughout the production process, the lure parts are repeatedly checked for quality. And at the end of the production, every Rapala lure that has a swimming lip is still hand tuned and tank tested to guarantee perfect action straight out of the box.

Spin fishing is an angling technique where a spinning lure is used to entice the fish to bite. Spin fishing is used in both freshwater and marine environments. Spin fishing is distinguished between fly fishing and bait cast fishing by the type of rod and reel used. There are two types of reels used when spin fishing, the open faced reel and the closed faced reel. The spin fishing rod has no trigger attached to the base of the fishing rod. This is what differentiates the spin fishing rod from the bait casting fishing rod.

Most species of fish can be caught by spin fishing; however, some are more susceptible to this technique than others.

Common freshwater targets are trout, salmon, perch, chub, Bream, pike, Walleye, Blue Kurper and Bass.

Lures and spinners are both simple and effective, with the idea to imitate prey fish for pike and zander. Why these predator fish go for them is a mystery as often they look nothing like the prey fish. Lures, spinners, and spoons are the classic categories, but the spinnerbait has the combination of being both spinner and lure. They all can be equally effective on their day especially in the summer and autumn months, and there are thousands to choose from made from a variety of materials. Their effectiveness is governed by weight, colour, actions of the lure and the speed of retrieval by the angler. Source: Wikipedia

Comments :

Junny W

Junny W . 1 month ago

Nice video!! That's what people want to know!! simple is the best!
ihsan lazuardi

ihsan lazuardi . 1 month ago

Thanks for the video
José pedro Gutiérrez millaquen

José pedro Gutiérrez millaquen . 2 months ago

Muy bueno el vídeo tutorial de los señuelos, amigo, gracias,...mucho éxito.
Gökhan Gökhan

Gökhan Gökhan . 4 months ago


M H . 8 months ago

Yeah ! I think there wasent one fish in the whole area that vidio, I usuallly catch somthing with the rapala minnows
Josh Schiller

Josh Schiller . 9 months ago

No luck with the rapalas I take it?

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