Bass Pro Shops® Tail Spin
Equipped with a ball-bearing swivel, imparting wild, fluttering blade action with every move. Helicopters on the drop like a dying shad.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 47 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tunch a little lure that packs a big punch this lure is amazing. i bought it and went fishing wiht is right away. i went to the keys and it works great there to. i can catch bass crappies bluegills and sometimes pike. i got one and i am planing on getting 2 of 3 more. it is one of the best lures i have ever got. not only does it work well, it is also at the right price and is durralbe but it can catch weeds if you let it sink to far. if you like fishing GET THIS LURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! March 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by fettleman tailspin the body is great the hook needs relacing and the spinner blade comes off the first hit from a big one. I love the lure cause it catches fish.from stripers to crappie but sure is frustrating havingto replace the hook and spinner. December 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by LilPayne Love it and so do bass!!! I picked up one of these things, because I thought it looked very promising, and I have been using these guys for a while now! Way to go bass pro these things are great and a very versatile bait!! November 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by tch6561 ooops these lures are really good at catching themselves. the treble hook is constantly stuck in the swivel for the blade.. dont waste your time and money! October 23, 2012
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Details:... can someone tell me where the (noted in the description of item) this included swivel is located on the bait (for instance, the tail bade / hook / attaching eye) .. it’s not shown in the picture … thanks in advance for a response!
Details:are they any good for bass?
if so, what color should i use?
A:I catch over 100 white bass every evening on them, I love the yellow 3/4 oz. I order about 60 at a time. We loose a lot of them and the Big whites are ruff on the rear blade.
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A:These are one of my favorite lures for bass. Cast it out a mile and get them on a straight wind. Catch a lot of bluegill too. My favorite are the 1/2 ounce black and chrome and the blue ones
A:Yes, these lures can be used for any fish that feed on shad and minnows. When selecting lure colors, the best approach is through matching the hatch. Try to match the forage that the fish are feeding on as closely as possible. Also, when using lures in very clear water, try using neutral colors (white, silver, black, etc.) and when fishing murky waters, use more attractant colors (chartruse, firetiger, etc.).
A:great to pitch under docks because of its weighty compactness...keep it moving, avoid heavy wooden cover, but you can pull thru grass
A:as it goes down in the water it spins, when it hits bottom reel it in till it reaches the surface and let it drop
Details:What size tail blade comes on the 1/2oz model? Would it be considered a Colorado blade or Indiana blade?
The blade on mine came off while fishing. The slip ring and swivel are still intact.
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