Bass Pro Shops® Cajun Trailer™
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Our "Cajun style" twin tail trailers have been the favorite trailers of fishermen for years. The Cajun Trailer sports a durable ribbed body and high-action legs that are sure to enhance the fish-catching appeal of any lure.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 25
Rated 5 out of 5
by dakicka Detailed and High Quality Trailer
When opening my recently ordered package from BPS I dumped out all my new tackle and immediately my eyes jumped to the bag of these stunning Cajun Trailers! Look at the pic I attached and you can see what I mean. Wow- does that package not scream quality and eat me? HaHa. I haven't had the opportunity to try these out yet but based on other trailers I've seen I don't think anything else can stand up to these as far as quality, attention to detail, and value for price. I'm looking forward to trying these out as trailers to some of my spinner baits and jigs. I think this could probably be used effectively as a stand-a-lone lure should you desire to hunt for smaller fish. But me as a LM bass guy I bought these to use exclusively as a trailer. Buy some of these today. You will not be disappointed with this purchase!
August 18, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by gillen ok lure
its okay if you like to fish the deeper parts of the lake i think the more close to the shore you are the worse it dose
April 27, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by ttime A must for spinnerbaits
A very good spinnerbait trailer. I would never use one without this amazing product. Great tail action and lasts for many fish. Although northerns tear them up quick, but I'm not rating it for northerns. A must buy.
April 7, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5
by UFCCaveman Incredibly Versatile Trailer
My plan was to use these trailers for my buzzbaits, inline spinners, and skirted jigs. But, they looked like they could also do some damage fished solo, as well. It's good to be right! ;-)
I had been using the Yum Boogie trailers with great success on my buzzers and inlines. But, I wanted to give these a try since they were considerably cheaper per piece. First time out, I put a wihte one on a 1/4 oz. Culprit Buzzkill in white. My 3rd cast got a huge blow-up. My 4th cast nailed a 5 pound hawg!
A couple of sessions later, the bite was tough. So, I decided to T-rig just the trailer in Pumpkin/Chartreuse with a 1/8 oz. Gambler screw-in bullet weight. That did the trick! First cast to a deep-end dock piling produced a solid pick-up after a couple of twitches. I reeled down and ... BAM! Set the hook on another solid 5+ pound fish.
These trailers have a very tantalizing action and a heavy salt content which get the fish to strike and hold on. Try them on your favorite spinner, buzzer, jig - or, even solo! They look great and work even better. Plus, you can't beat the price.
August 31, 2009
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