Rapala Rippin' Rap

Item No. 22677-RPR


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The Rapala Rippin' Rap is the perfect casting lure. This Rapala fishing lure features a lipless, thin design with a deep belly. The Rippin' Rap easily pulls through weeds, bounces off wood, and rips through rocks. From the moment it hits the water, this crankbait lure flutters with a hard vibrating action and creates a loud BB rattle the fish can't resist. The Rapala Rippin' Rap will snag any fish that dares to strike it.


  • Lipless
  • Deep belly
  • Long-casting
  • Hard-vibrating
  • Tall, skinny body
  • Loud BB rattle system
  • VMC black nickel hooks

Model Number Running Depth Body Length Weight Treble Hooks
RPR05 Variable 2" 5/16 oz. No. 8 & No. 10
RPR06 Variable 2-1/2" 1/2 oz. No. 6 & No. 8
RPR07 Variable 2-3/4" 7/8 oz. No. 4 & No. 6

Customer Reviews

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Said easily bounces off weeds got stuck on weeds it’s a scam
March 31, 2020
Great product!
February 16, 2020
2 months ago
It is a good product
June 21, 2019
10 months ago
Love the new rippin raps I’ve caught all species threw the ice good walleyes slab crappies couple nice small mouth and couple Pike.. They definitely attract the bigger more aggressive fish keep away is my favorite
February 21, 2019
1 year ago
2" Rippin rap
First time I dropped it through the ice, wasn't really sure how to jig it. Read the package and said to RIP, pause, RIP. So I ripped it and a 30" pike nailed it! Half hour later got a 17" walleye! My new fave. At 10ft down you can hear it rattling in the ice house.
January 26, 2019
1 year ago
Used Vertical jogging in Mississippi River. Vibrates on the pull.
October 29, 2016
Walleye Lure
Best Rattle bait ever for Walleye.
September 18, 2016
Delivered on time, very convenient
Delivered on time, very convenient ordering online!
June 17, 2015
Great bait
Easy to fish. Excels in dirty water. I've caught many fish with this lure.
May 1, 2015