Rapala Ike’s Custom Ink DT 4 by: Walker Smith


When the summertime water temperatures begin flirting with the 90-degree mark, it’s not uncommon for bass to leave their deep, summertime haunts in favor of shallow water and more favorable water conditions. I’ve had a lot of success targeting these fish with small crankbaits and the Rapala Ike’s Custom Ink DT 4 has been producing some awesome action the past several weeks.

Aside from the fact that it flat-out catches ‘em, there are a few specific characteristics I really like about this crankbait.

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