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 baitfish in distress to entice predators. Available in two sizes – 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 spent 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!