|There are some days where you want to break up the routine and try something completely new. Where you feel like being a disruptor. When you want to break on through to the other side. Zig when others are zagging.|
For those days, tie on a Scatter Rap®.
With its unique custom Scatter Lip, the Scatter Rap® Minnow swims with an erratic and evasive sweeping action – perfectly mimicking vulnerable baitfish. Some anglers, like Tom Boley, say the Scatter Rap is a lure that “hunts.” With its left-right sweeping action, the Scatter Rap is especially deadly on fish such as walleye and bass that track a lure before the bite.
Made with balsa, when you retrieve or troll the Scatter Rap with a slow to moderate retrieve, the Scatter Rap holds a tight wobble, similar an Original Floating® Rapala®, CountDown® or Shad Rap®.
But, when you rev up your retrieve, the Scatter Rap reaches the “scatter point” – when the Scatter Rap takes on an erratic, evasive action that triggers predators to attack because they sense a wounded baitfish is trying to skitter and scatter to avoid being eaten. No more knocking a lure off rocks or other structure to create that erratic action – the Scatter Rap does the work for you simply by how you control the speed of your troll or retrieve.
“The Scatter Rap has huge triggering ability,” says walleye pro Tom Boley in his video, Top 5 Spring Walleye Lures. Boley trolls the Scatter Rap in both the spring and summer for walleyes, salmon and lake trout. “I can’t say enough good things about the Scatter Rap.”
So when it’s time to try something different, tie on a Scatter Rap, and see the difference.