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Old 09-17-2021, 12:53 PM
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I have been doing well with Flicker Shad, but the last few times out the Shad Rap has done well. I am thinking of adding a few to the ones I have now. I am looking at the original Shad Rap and the RS I like some input on both. I am thinking of getting 4 of each in colors that have worked well using Flicker Shad. I am not giving up on the Flicker Shad just ordered 26 all in size 7. Appreciate your inputs on the Shad Rap and the Shad Rap RS

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Old 09-17-2021, 04:51 PM
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I troll cranks alot and all of the different Shad Raps (don't forget Glass Shad Raps) can be good at times on certain bodies of water but I've found myself using more Flicker Shads than Shad Raps the past few years. The price probably has something to do with it but they are some great walleye catching cranks.
There are alot of great walleye cranks on the market but if you haven't tried them, give #5 Salmo Hornets a try too.
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Old 09-18-2021, 08:53 PM
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I troll cranks alot and all of the different Shad Raps (don't forget Glass Shad Raps) can be good at times on certain bodies of water but I've found myself using more Flicker Shads than Shad Raps the past few years. The price probably has something to do with it but they are some great walleye catching cranks.
There are alot of great walleye cranks on the market but if you haven't tried them, give #5 Salmo Hornets a try too.
I second this reply. Also, I've had some tough days and the rattlin' Salmo's have saved the day a time or two when some other cranks aren't boating any eyes.
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Old 09-19-2021, 10:35 AM
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That's been my experience too Andy.
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Old 09-20-2021, 09:12 PM
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I appreciate you all taking the time in sharing your thoughts experiences. I am in no hurry to buy at this time so will decide what to order and colors that might work best for the local lakes.
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