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Rooster Tail UL Fishing Spinners Review

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Rooster Tail Spinners for Ultralight Fishing – Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $3. You may be able to get a lower price on eBay.

– For ultralight fishing, use 1/32, 1/24, 1/16, 1/8, and 1/6 ounce sizes.

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Product Specifications

If you’ve never tried a Rooster Tail by Worden’s, you haven’t fished long enough.  These classic inline spinners have been around since the 1950’s and made a name for themselves as one of the best ways to catch fish day in and day out.  The design of the Rooster Tail makes it possible to catch anything that swims from freshwater gamefish, to the larger species running through the saltwater estuaries, flats, and even in the deeper wrecks and reefs.

The long, slender body of the Rooster Tail makes them incredibly easy to cast, and the soft pulsating hackle tail undulates enticingly below the water’s surface so that even when you are steadily retrieving the lure there is still great action behind it.  Each Rooster tail is available in 10 different sizes making it easy to find the perfect weight for the wind conditions, current, and depth that you are fishing at that day.

Colors Available

It would be nearly impossible to list all of the color combinations that Worden’s Rooster Tails are available in.  If you are fishing in clear water you are going to want to go with baitfish and aquatic insect color replicas, while slightly stained water will call for slightly brighter colors and blades in order to get the fish’s attention.  Heavily stained and muddy water will call for super bright colors and blades such as Gold blades with chartreuse bodies.

How To Work Rooster Tail Spinners

You fish the Rooster Tail in the same method as most other spinners.  A steady retrieve is often the best way to entice strikes from aggressive fish, because of the pulsating hackle tail that covers the treble hook on each Rooster Tail spinner.  If a steady retrieve doesn’t work, try slowing it down or speeding it up until you learn the proper speed for the day you’re out on the water.

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