Whether casting and ripping or “slow” trolling, the 6.5″ RipRoller has been the most popular prop bait on the market since the inception of HighRoller over 12 years ago. Our customers have caught 100’s of peacock bass over 20 lbs. on the 6.5″ RipRoller, the largest that we know of being 26.5 and 27.0 lbs. Throw further, rip harder, and throw with more accuracy with the 6.5″ RipRoller. HighRoller Fishing Lure Company has long been known as the producer of one of the finest Peacock Bass fishing lures in the World, the Monster RipRoller. Developed and designed to endure the unyielding punishment and vicious attacks of the ill- tempered South American Peacock Bass, also known by the locals as Pavon or Tucunare, the Monster RipRoller has produced 26 pound + Peacock Bass on the Rio Negro River in South America. We spared no expense to build the best. We designed the custom heavy-duty stainless steel prop on the Monster RipRoller to withstand the brutal punishment that these heavy-weights dish out. The RipRoller is also outfitted with VMC “X” Strong treble hooks. The Monster RipRoller is fished by former President Bush and numerous Bass Master Champions including Kevin Van Dam, Shaw Grigsby and Roland Martin, Gary Klein, Guy Eaker, Paul Elias, and Blair Wiggins. The 5.5” RipRoller™ (1.2oz) is now probably the finest lure Highroller™ makes. The solid wood core is strong and perfectly balanced with hardware suited for world class fish. Armed with 1/0 4X strong VMC hooks and stainless steel hardware, the 5.5 RipRoller™ is destine to catch the new world record Peacock Bass. The 5.5” RipRoller™ is effortlessly casted and with its large stainless steel prop awakens trophy fish from long distances for explosive top water strikes. Equally suited for massive Snook, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass and giant Muskie, this lure is a must for all serious fisherman. Accept no substitutes.
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