Rapala Shadow Rap vs Rapala Shadow Rap Shad Bass Fishing Video


Whenever the water temperature is below the 50-degree mark, Mike prefers the original Rapala Shadow Rap. Dying baitfish fall in a nose-down fashion in these colder waters and the original Shadow Rap does a great job of imitating that forage.
When the water begins to warm, in the spring or starts to cool in the fall, Ike switches to the Rapala Shadow Rap Shad, which is nose-up with a slow float.


Video Co-Anglers: Rapala, Ike in the Shop, Mike Iaconelli, Shadow Rap

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