Sinking Far Rap

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Sinking Far Rap

Post by diemai » Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:43 am

G'day , people ,

Someone had just posted this picture on a German site , ........he stated it to be a 5cm sinking FatRap , .......bought in a small tackle shop in the Chinatown of Bangkok/Thailand .

I can't seem to remember to ever have come across this lure model SFR05 over here in Germany(alone by the very small bib) , but probably I should just take a better look next time in a tackleshop ?

Are they available in Australia , ........that guy wrote , that these were quite rare !
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Re: Sinking Far Rap

Post by Mzuri3 » Fri Dec 31, 2010 8:14 pm

G'day Diemai,

I have only ever seen the sinking 40mm Rapala Mini Fat Raps, a great little lure, meanwhile the larger fat raps that I have seen in local stores are all floaters with deeper running bib patterns.

It's definitely an oddball over here too.

By the way, Happy New Year everyone.

Regards

Robin

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Re: Sinking Far Rap

Post by diemai » Sat Jan 01, 2011 3:33 am

Mzuri3 wrote:G'day Diemai,

I have only ever seen the sinking 40mm Rapala Mini Fat Raps, a great little lure, meanwhile the larger fat raps that I have seen in local stores are all floaters with deeper running bib patterns.

It's definitely an oddball over here too.

By the way, Happy New Year everyone.

Regards

Robin

Thanks for your reply , mate bowsmilie , ........so that guy's been right about these kures being quite rare !
A pity , though -duh !

greetz , diemai howdy
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