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Rapala taildancer scatter rap

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Did rapala strengthen the scatter rap or is still prone to destruction with big fish?

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no change if you want a strong bait check out the bay rat lures line lot of guys and charter captians using them with great results

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The tail dancers and deep tail dancers are without a doubt the lures I troll the most hands down, but they aren't nearly as rugged as most others. Any balsa bait isn't gonna be durable like the bay rats. I had 11 rapala's snapped between the hooks this year. Rapala's are basically 1 fish per bait on big fish. I have a whole box of broken rapala's I save for replacement hooks. That being said they work better than anything I've tried too....can't wait to try another way over priced new rapala's.

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The tail dancers and deep tail dancers are without a doubt the lures I troll the most hands down, but they aren't nearly as rugged as most others. Any balsa bait isn't gonna be durable like the bay rats. I had 11 rapala's snapped between the hooks this year. Rapala's are basically 1 fish per bait on big fish. I have a whole box of broken rapala's I save for replacement hooks. That being said they work better than anything I've tried too....can't wait to try another way over priced new rapala's.

I send my broken raps back every year and they replace them

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I send my broken raps back every year and they replace them

I would really like to learn how to send them back for new ones! Please tell

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