Two major features separate the Vexan Rattlin Wasp from similar baits on the market: the internal rattle and great price point. Thanks to the design of the Rattlin Wasp, this little bait features amazing side to side action that trophy fish cannot resist. The intense wobble of the Vexan Wasp is combined with an internal “rattle” that has proven to be a game changer in murky water conditions, especially for walleye. The Rattlin Wasp also rattles as it moves through the bait column mimicking a bait fish in distress to entice predators. Available in both size four and five, these baits are great to use all-year round casting or trolling! This lure was designed by world renowned lure builder Paul “Coot” Williams. Paul has spend 1000’s of hours designing, testing and perfecting his baits. Vexan’s Rattlin Wasp offers big performance at a price point you will love.
At $5.99 per bait (No4 or No5 sizes), you can now afford to have the entire set of colors of the Vexan Rattlin Wasps in your boat!
No. 4 Rattlin’ Wasp
Weight (With Hooks): 1/6 oz
Length (Tail To End Of Lip): 2 1/4″
No. 5 Rattlin’ Wasp
Weight (With Hooks): 1/4oz
Length (Tail To End Of Lip): 3″
Trolling Lake Winnebago with OB Outdoors
Got out trolling on Lake Winnebago for a few hours on the 26th & 27th, trying out the new Rattlin Wasps that just hit the market. I cannot count how many fish we caught in the 4 1/2 hrs we trolled in the two days. With the ENE winds we faced, the first day we were blown into the Fox River where more fun was surely had!
If I had to guess, 80% of the fish were in the 10-13″ range but we boated a ton of them which included my first “quad”. I used the best footage I was able to capture but behind the scenes, we caught crappies, goats, whities, catfish, and eyes… all but five of the eyes were dinks in that 10-13″ range.
So far these baits are getting my approval. I have a feeling that the smaller fish were so hungry, they weren’t even giving the bigger fish a chance? Be sure to watch the channel for future videos on these in the future, including running them up against various other system proven baits. Up to the Northwoods next week so hopefully some good footage will be gathered up there!