Skipper’s Reaper

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Skipper’s Reaper

$2.49

Availability: 378 in stock SKU: SKR225
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Description

This lure comes with a warning make sure you use a long leader because the fish are gonna swallow it.

Awesome lure that glows for,

Walleye,Jumbo Perch,Pike,Lake Trout,Whitefish,Bass and Crappie

Additional information

Weight 0.00850485693 kg
Dimensions 3.75 × 1.75 × 3.75 cm

7 reviews for Skipper’s Reaper

  1. 5 out of 5

    Skippers reaper is the only lure I will use in perch ground, it’s has caught me some great jumbo perch and even nicer herring, highly recommend the reaper….

  2. 5 out of 5

    Skippers Reaper is the only lure I will use in perch grounds, not only am I catch great jumbos but the reapers have caught me some nice herring…

  3. 5 out of 5

    Hi there everyone, let me say this reaper has caught me some nice perch also in the prowl to get some walleye, whitelfish or pike, been loving this lure since i started hardwater, can’t wait for summer, Competition Lake Nippissing going to crazy win – win ….

  4. 5 out of 5

    THE REAPER… well one of my personal favorites right here. They are great for any species of fish. I have caught so many fish on these it is ridiculous. Great lure for shy, finicky or aggressive fish. Just a great all around lure.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Probably the best $3.75 lure out there!!! It’s bright, sinks well, and the fish love it! Use it on Lake Simcoe for perch, pike, and whitefish. Georgian Bay for crappie and pickerel. The Lake Trout on Lake Joseph can’t say no to the Reaper when it’s tipped with a minnow!

  6. 5 out of 5

    This lure catches anything, anytime. It shines for perch and pike, but it will catch literally anything. It’s all in how you jiggle it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    All I have to say is WOW! I met the skipper two months ago at the 400 flea market and like all fishermen, we got talking. He set me up with this lure for Orillia perch festival stating it attracts like candy to perch. He was not wrong. I have been catching perch, crappie, bass, sunfish and even one huge crayfish with this thing. I have since purchased a number of other spoons and lures from him and am really looking forward to how they will perform.


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