(RIP) Fishable Rest In Peace Memorial Cremation Lures
RIP Lures® team creates quality and fully fishable memorial cremation lures from your loved one's ashes. The lures are fused and filled with the ashes of the deceased person that you hold dear. Based in the fishing state of Wisconsin, we offer free shipping throughout the United States.RIP Lures® capture the respect, love and memories that are held by those that lost someone who loved fishing. We recognize the deep meaning inherent in the life of an ardent fisherman or woman. Our cremation lures are a respectable and loving way to remember a beloved fishing partner, friend or family member and are designed to be touched, treasured and even fished with.
RIP Lures® Process
We had been trying to find a way to remember Dad that made sense to who he was. RIP Lures was the answer and as soon as we get our order back – we are all going fishing together. Thanks and hugs.
After hearing about your site I made my friends and family promise that they would send my ashes to you if I died. I want to be fishing with them, always! Great idea.
Brandon was the best of the best. He was a wise, patient and smart fisherman- even when he cursed! Thanks for the RIP Lure, guys. Wherever Brandon is now he is having a great laugh.
“I cannot thank you enough for this service. Dad passed 2 years ago. We spent hours and hours on the water. I sent RIP Lures his favorite Musky bait (which I treasure). Now I can fish with my Dad every time I am on the water. I’ve actually fished with the bait and caught a couple Northern with it. No musky yet….but I know he laughs his ass off from upstairs everytime I get a fish ‘on!”
“When we lost Jerry, a lifelong fishing buddy from the Army we ordered a lure for each of us in our fishing group. Every year we meet up for our trip, we all bring our RIP Lures. The stories start to fly and it feels like Jerry is still here with us. Thanks to the RIP Lure team.”
“This was the perfect gift for my mother. She had fished with Dad for decades and it was such an important part of their lives that receiving the RIP Lure brought her to tears. She hasn’t fished since Dad passed, but the RIP Lure is framed and sits on her mantle. Thanks for bringing Mom a bit of joy.”