Worden's Original Rooster Tail - 1/4 oz.
awesome rooster tail
I purchased several of the original rooster tails but the #04 solid white 1/8 oz was amazing. just recently done a 13 hr. float with my brother and my two best friends, at first it was hard to figure out was the fish were biting, but when i put on the original solid white 1/8 oz rooster tail, the fish were almost jumping in the boat! this is one of the best rooster tails i have ever purchased. no more than the lure hit the water i had a fish on. all said and done my brother and two best friends came out of the river with between 40-50 fish all great fileting sizes. diffently an awesome lure!!!!!!!
August 14, 2011
i love this bait
This is awsome I was haveing a bad day and thought hey maby this is a good bait every thing else failed so why not after one cast I
saw a big one swipe at it but no good so
casted one more time and got hung up and
lost the lure.
January 25, 2008
Best Spinner Available
This is one of the best, if not the best spinner I have used. I have caught everything from largemouth bass and pike to perch and sunfish with the smaller sizes. I used to dislike using medium sized spinners, despite their versatility, because they couldn't cast that far. I am extremely happy with this lure, because its body is made of metal, meaning that these spinners can cast much farther. My 2 white roostertails and my 1 blue one are the most versatile lures in my tacklebox.
August 10, 2013
Classic Rooster Tail
Very versatile lure: I've used these lures to catch everything you can imagine -- lots of bass and bream in freshwater and even stingrays in saltwater. Fish will often take these when they won't bite anything else. I personally like the black and white varieties.
There are two downsides to this lure. The first is their weight -- even in the heavier varieties, they are hard to cast even with a slight wind. Often times they will fall short or else blow off to the side.
The other problem I've found with these lures is that they don't hold up to fish well -- I landed a tiny, half pound bass on one and it bend the wire, which stopped the spinner from working (making the lure useless). I landed a mid-sized crappie on another and it bent the wire even more. I had to throw away both lures after only catching one fish on each.
June 6, 2010