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    Answer the indicated number of quiz questions correctly to unlock the corresponding bonus:

      5: Video 1 "The Greatest Fishing Story Ever Told"
      10: Glass Shad Rap Lure
      15: Video 2 "Big Bait = Big Fish"
      20: DT Flat Sure Set Series
      25: Video 3 "Rapala Craftsmanship"
      30: X-Rap Jointed Shad Lure
      35: Video 4 "Your Best Shot At A World Record"
      40: Lauri Rapala 100th Anniversary Lure
      45: Video 5 "It's A Big One!!!"

  • Quiz answers

      Q: In how many different countries are Rapala products sold?
      A: 140

      Q: How many lures does the Rapala group manufacture per year?
      A: 20 million

      Q: Rapala lures can have up to how many coats of paint and epoxy?
      A: 12

      Q: In what year did Lauri Rapala carve the very first Rapala crankbait?
      A: 1936

      Q: In what year was the first Shad Rap brought to market?
      A: 1982

      Q: In what year was the X-Rap first sold?
      A: 2005

      Q: What is the all-time number one seller in the Rapala lineup?
      A: Original Floater

      Q: What is the only continent on which a Rapala lure has not landed a world record?
      A: Antarctica

      Q: In how many colors is the Original Floater available?
      A: 15

      Q: In how many sizes is the original Shad Rap available?
      A: 4

      Q: How many World Record catches were recorded on Rapala lures in 2005?
      A: 15

      Q: In how many colors is the original X-Rap available?
      A: 13

      Q: If going for bass in rocks or heavy cover, which would be the best crankbait to choose?
      A: DT Flat

      Q: When trolling for most freshwater species, which Rapala has proven to be the most effective?
      A: Shad Rap

      Q: What type of wood is used to make the Original Floater and all other freshwater wooden Rapalas?
      A: Balsa

      Q: In what year was the Glass Shad Rap introduced?
      A: 2003

      Q: In what year was the Glass Fat Rap introduced?
      A: 2004

      Q: What color box does the Skitter Walk come in?
      A: Yellow

      Q: What color box does the Original Floater come in?
      A: Blue

      Q: What color box does the DT series of lures come in?
      A: Green

      Q: What color box does the Shad Rap come in?
      A: Silver

      Q: What color box does the Original Jointed come in?
      A: Red

      Q: What color box would you see the Countdown in?
      A: Green

      Q: On what lake did Lauri Rapala test his first hand-carved Rapala lure?
      A: Lake Paijanne

      Q: How deep will the DT6 dive, under most circumstances?
      A: 6ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 10 X-Rap dive?
      A: 4ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 7 Shad Rap dive?
      A: 7-9ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 13 Floater dive?
      A: 1-3ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 3 Mini Fat Rap dive?
      A: 3-6ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 5 Fat Rap dive?
      A: 7-10ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 9 Jointed Floater dive?
      A: 5-7ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 10 Husky Jerk dive?
      A: 4-8ft

      Q: When you stop retrieving a Husky Jerk, what will it do?
      A: Suspend

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 9 Tail Dancer dive?
      A: 9-12ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 5 Jointed Shad Rap dive?
      A: 7-12ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a DT16 dive?
      A: 16ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 10 Long Cast Minnow dive?
      A: 1-3ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 11 Deep Tail Dancer dive?
      A: 25-30ft

      Q: The Skitter Walk, Skitter Prop and what other Rapala lure are designed to be fished as topwater plugs?
      A: Skitter Pop

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 7 Glass Shad Rap dive?
      A: 8-14ft

      Q: On an average cast, how deep will a size 7 Glass Fat Rap dive?
      A: 7-9ft

      Q: The Countdown series lures sink at a rate of how fast per second?
      A: 1ft

      Q: How long is the largest Countdown Magnum lure?
      A: 10.5 inches

      Q: In what country was Rapala founded and in which country is the headquarters still located today?
      A: Finland

      Q: The Original Floater was introduced in two sizes. How many sizes is it available in today?
      A: 7Q

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