Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap Mag 3/4oz

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  • Bill Lewis Rat-L-Trap Mag
  • Size: 3 7/16"
  • Weight: 3/4oz
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The Bill Lewis Magnum Rat-L-Trap is a 3/4oz lipless crankbait that has an enticing profile and sound that fish can't resist. Bill Lewis' legendary invention, the Rat-L-Trap, is recognized as the most popular, and consequently, the most imitated lure over the past 35 years. But imitation doesn't mean duplication. Just ask "Who's Who?" of any of the top name Pros that used Rat-L-Trap imitations while competing against Boyd Duckett at the 2007 Bassmaster Classic. Boyd wasn't paid to fish with the original Rat-L-Trap, he made that decision himself and "BOY OH BOYD" was it the right one! As explained by the Bill Lewis Lure Company, "The fact is that while dozens of lure companies have spent the last 30 years trying to make a lure as good as the Rat-L-Trap, we've been making the Rat-L-Trap better and better. Today's Rat-L-Trap is proven by leading experts to produce sound qualities nearly identical to those of schooling baitfish under attack. These sounds are the "Dinner Bell" for predator fish." The Magnum Bill Lewis Rat L Trap measures 3 7/16" and weighs 3/4oz. This is a great choice when targeting larger species of game fish such as big bass, stripers and many others.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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  • 5
    Rat-L-Trap-old faithful

    Posted by Michael on Nov 22nd 2014

    It's hard to beat the old reliable Rat-L-Trap. Chrome and blue, chartreuse shiner, smokey joe always get the job done.

  • 5
    Reliable Lure

    Posted by Randy Walker - RBBASSFISHING.NET on Mar 5th 2012

    The Rat-L-Trap is a must have in the boat. These baits catch fish and come in tons of colors and multiple weights/sizes. Been using for years and will continue to do so.

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