Pontoon21 Baby Red Rag 32F is a smaller version of the Red Rag. It is an ultralight lure and thank to the size it is attractive to a wide variety of fish. Still, the main trophies are chub, perch, asp, trout, grayling.
Pontoon21 Baby Red Rag 32F is a small compact crank lure. A long awaited addition to the most popular Pontoon21 crank family – Red Rag. Baby Red Rag has a body length of 32 mm, the shallow water version (SR) weighs 4.8g and the medium-deep water version (MDR) 5.1g.
Inside and outside of the bait is as close to the “classic” Red Rag as it gets. Furthermore it has the same chubby body, form, geometry. Inside there are two balancing balls and a branded built-in “mirror”. Color options with the built in “mirror” have the MI index in the name. For example: 812 MI Higenaga RE, 837 MI Gold Perch. Baby Red Rag retains all the qualities of the classic Red Rag – long casting, stable in stream, play and colors.
Also for area trout fishing enthusiasts, the Area variants of the crank have been added. The R41 MP Bait, R42 Ghost BOH, R43 Mustard Yamame, R44 Pink Yamame and R45 Fluored. The crank has its own unique features that distinguishes it from the absolute majority of other little cranks. These are loops for attaching bait hooks. Moreover they are perpendicular to the bait axis. Thanks to this solution, the hooks have less influence on the active play of the lure. Another plus: lovers of area fishing can easily replace standard hooks for micro-oscillators to equip the Baby Red Rag. The back loop is located almost on the back of the lure – this eliminates overlap between the hooks.
Working depth: 0.2 – 0.4m
Lure type: Floating (F)
Available in two depths – Shallow Runner (SR) and Medium-Deep Runner (MDR) and 20 color options. By its purpose, Baby Red Rag is a universal bait. The working depth of the Shallow Runner (SR) version is 0.2-0.4 m, the Medium-Deep Runner (MDR) – 0.8-1.0 m. The crank works well even in the strongest current and attracts fish in stagnant water from a far thanks to active play. The small size is attractive to a wide variety of fish. Still, the main trophies are chub, perch, ide, asp, trout, grayling and small salmon.
0.2 – 0.4m