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Rapala Angry Birds Lures

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P51885

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  • World-renowned Rapala quality
  • Super sharp, premium black nickel VMC hooks
  • Vibrant colours
  • Rattling and non-Rattling
  • True multi-species appeal
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ABL7 Model: Rattling DT Bird, Colour: Green
£9.99
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ABL6 Model: Non-Rattling Skitter Pop Bad Pig, Colour: Green
£9.99
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ABL2 Model: Rattling DT Bird, Colour: Pink
£9.99
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ABL5 Model; Rattling Bird, Colour: Red
£9.99
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ABL1 Model: Rattling DT Fat Bomb Bird, Colour: Black
£9.99
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ABL3 Model: Non-Rattling Mini Fat Rap Bird, Colour: Blue
£9.99
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ABL4 Model: Rattling Bird, Colour: Yellow
£9.99
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DT Fat Bomb Bird - Black Im the bomb! The DT Fat Bomb Bird swims close to the surface with an aggressive wobble. Fish it slow to create a big wake and draw explosive bites. How to fish: DT Fat Bomb Bird is specially designed for depths less than 30 cm. Its your carefully tuned weapon of choice for shallow water predators that cant resist the enticing wobble of DT Fat Bomb Bird. Keep your rod tip up, retrieve slowly and keep your eyes peeled! Watch the progressing wake that the lure creates and be ready for aggressive strikes. DT Green Bird Boomerang is making a comeback! First the DT Green Bird dives deep to get the fish, then swims back up with the catch. Perfectly consistent wood combined with carefully placed internal weights, a tapered fuselage and a thin tail creates the ultimate crankbait action with least possible resistance on the retrieve for less fatigue during extended use. All DT lures have an internal rattle. How to fish: The DT's philosophy is to create a lure targeting fish at specific depths. The design characteristics of each lure feature the best action to match the mood of fish at those predetermined depths. When making your first cast with the DT Green Bird at the point of entry initiate the retrieve with a slow steady wind to dig the DT Green Bird down to its maximum depth faster. Once the DT Green Bird reaches its predetermined depth of approximately 3 meters you may vary your speed or use a stop and go method to discover the best action that triggers fish to strike. DT Pink Bird Cute and bubbly! The DT Pink Bird does not look threatening, yet it will capture the fish and give them no chance. Perfectly consistent wood combined with carefully placed internal weights, a tapered fuselage and a thin tail creates the ultimate crankbait action with least possible resistance on the retrieve for less fatigue during extended use. All DT lures have an internal rattle. How to fish: The DT's philosophy is to create a lure targeting fish at specific depths. The design characteristics of each lure feature the best action to match the mood of fish at those predetermined depths. When making your first cast with the DT Pink Bird at the point of entry initiate the retrieve with a slow steady wind to dig the DT Pink Bird down to its maximum depth faster. Once the DT Pink Bird reaches its predetermined depth of approximately 1.2 meters you may vary your speed or use a stop and go method to discover the best action that triggers fish to strike. Mini Fat Rap Blue Bird Triple threat! Small in size, but not to be underestimated, the Mini Fat Rap Blue Bird will get them! For taking finicky fish, the tight swimming action is just right. The sinking Mini Fat Rap Blue Bird works with unmatchable action for attracting trout and other smaller predators. How to fish: Mini Fat Rap Blue Bird is a super casting lure for its size. It is especially effective for trout, perch and other small predators. When casting, you can start prospecting the area near you first with short casts. Keep on extending your casts so that in the end you will have the entire hot spot covered without spooking fish that may be at your feet. Use the CountDown method; pay special attention to the moments when you stop the lure as often the fish will strike when you start winding your Mini Fat Rap Blue Bird in. Keep changing the pace of your reeling as Mini Fat Rap Blue Bird catch fish at any speed. Skitter Pop Bad Pig - Green Pig-poppin action! The loud surface popping action makes the fish want to smash the Skitter Pop Bad Pig. With its unique loud popping, cupped plastic lip and its balsa wood body, the Skitter Pop Bad Pig can be fished in a variety of methods when fish are surface feeding. How to fish: When fish are aggressive or busting bait, use the skitter technique. This is a retrieve with a steady cadence (either slow or fast) while pumping the rod tip, creating a stop and start spitting commotion imitating a fleeing or wounded baitfish. Another technique is popping the lure. This is done by giving the lure a sharp jerk and letting the lure rest while reeling in the slack. The lure will spit water quite a distance using this approach. A third technique is twitching. Cast the Skitter Pop Bad Pig out, letting the water calm and then twitch the lure on the surface. This will imitate a wounded baitfish or frog struggling. If you let the line go slack between twitches the lure will offer a side to side action as well. Keep the rod tip down for subtle presentation. For more commotion and an aggressive presentation, keep the rod tip up on the first half or the retrieve, then down for the last half to keep the lure from popping out of the water. Rattlin' Red Bird Red is for anger! Loud, rattling anger that can be heard a long distance away. Make the fish see red and bite your Rattlin Red Bird! Sound frequencies that are harmonic, uniform and in tune with nature combined with the legendary Rapala wobble is what make this lure so effective. Rip it fast or run it slow. How to fish: Sound and vibrations become especially important in murky water and low light conditions when visibility is poor, and thats where the Rattlin Red Bird really shines at least figuratively speaking. The Rattlin Red Bird is a very straight running lure and easy to fish around cover. Change the speed of the retrieve to explore different depths. To fish openings in vegetation, cast the lure to the far side, let it drop into the hole and retrieve back. If you hit weeds, just rip hard to free the lure. If the lure contacts rocks or hard structure, simply jerk it free. In deeper water let the lure sink into the desired depth and use a rip and jig retrieve or simply fish the Rattlin Red Bird as a vertical jigging lure. Rattlin' Yellow Bird Yellow is never slow! With its cone-shaped head the Rattlin Yellow Bird swims fast through the water and finds fish. Sound frequencies that are harmonic, uniform and in tune with nature combined with the legendary Rapala wobble is what make this lure so effective. Rip it fast or run it slow. How to fish: Sound and vibrations become especially important in murky water and low light conditions when visibility is poor, and thats where the Rattlin Yellow Bird really shines at least figuratively speaking. The Rattlin Yellow Bird is a very straight running lure and easy to fish around cover. Change the speed of the retrieve to explore different depths. To fish openings in vegetation, cast the lure to the far side, let it drop into the hole and retrieve back. If you hit weeds, just rip hard to free the lure. If the lure contacts rocks or hard structure, simply jerk it free. In deeper water let the lure sink into the desired depth and use a rip and jig retrieve or simply fish the Rattlin Yellow Bird as a vertical jigging lure.
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