The Worden's® Vibric Rooster Tail® blends the famous Rooster Tail hackle tail with a unique sagging belly body design that provides a natural profile in the water. The direct blade-to-shaft spinner creates incredible noise and vibration that attracts strikes from trout, bass, salmon, steelhead, walleye, and other game fish.
Great go to spinner
If I could have only one in line spinner I would chose the 1/4 oz white spot. What ever it goes by hits it and it always spins (unlike most rooster tails) Good luck!
March 14, 2008
Excellent spinner that catches fish with the best of them. The only negative is that the blade is a tad sticky at slower speeds. Other than that.. Great color selection from a great company!
March 6, 2008
Good River Lure
This lure worked well in many cases. The only drawback is the blade often stops spinning during retreive. The blade would also stop when any floating debris would attatch itself. The lure did produce many quality fish and after fishing with it once, I went back and bought several more in varying colors
January 13, 2008
these rooster tails really works. there is many colors you can choose from. so you can use different colors, for different time of the day. and change in the weather. they are cheap but they work. and you can catch many tipes of fish, bass, trout, brim. so try these and you will find out.
November 10, 2007
Yes, they are better for largemouth bass. The spinner shape creates more vibration and reflects more light on sunny days. I've caught more bass on this rooster tail compared to others in the same fishing spots.
Yes. The blade design allows for a slow retrieve. The clevis-type blades on the regular Rooster tails require a fast retrieve to get the blade spinning. I guess the fast retrieve is OK when the fish want it fast, but the vibric works both ways.
White is going to be a solid choice any time of the year. It mimics a minnow/shiner and is a solid standby. Works well in clear or stained water. If the water is stained and they are not biting this, switch to Chart. This would be the case for most panfish. Trout, I haven't played with much on this spinner, but white would still be my go to, then maybe a brown or darker color in real clear water.
I use 1/4 oz white for white bass and wipers. I also catch many smallmouth on white, but fish are picky sometimes and want something you don't have. It's best to have a variety of colors and sizes, but if you don't want to buy alot, start out with white.
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