Wobbler Shadow Rap Deep SDRD11

Size 110mm. Weight 13g. Crochet depth 1.2-2.4m. Slow sinking.

A deeper version of Shadow Rap

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Shadow Rap, made of plastic, plays in the water in a completely different way. It belongs to the category of slow sinking wobblers. During a pause of 1 metre, this wobbler sinks on average in 20 seconds. Its working depth is 0,8-1,2m. During the pause, the Shadow Rap is positioned in the water with the head tilted downwards by about 45 degrees. When timed, it rolls from side to side like the Flat Rap, but slightly weaker. However, the main feature of this wobbler is not rolling like its wooden predecessor, but the ability to rotate sideways by 180 degrees. I didn't believe it until I tried it myself, but it does it perfectly, and you can easily repeat such movements many times in a row. Thanks to this ability, with a certain technique, it is possible to lure fish in a very small area with a lot of movement and a lot of vibration.

When fishing the Rapala Shadow Rap it is recommended to use the following retrieve technique. The horsepower of this wobbler is the very sharp sideways movements, which can only be obtained with a strong short movement of the rod. The strength of the movement depends on the stiffness of the shaft and the type of line. With a braided shark, a weaker jerk is sufficient, with fluorocarbon, especially when the bait is cast further, a much stronger jerk is needed. Be sure to test in clearer water how hard you need the sinker to move 180 degrees side to side, and practise making as many movements as possible in as small an area as possible. The aim is not to have the wobbler walk towards you, but to walk sideways as much as possible in the same spot. This technique is of course not intended to whet the appetite of the pike, but to annoy it. Another quite effective way of guiding this wobbler is to imitate a darting fish. One or two gentle tugs and a long pause, allowing the fish to sink.


Data sheet

110 mm.
Lure weight
Slowly sinking
Lure type
Most targeting fish
Casting distance
Max depth then casting
2.4 years
Recommend retrieving technique

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