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Incorporating all the positive attributes that have made Rapala®'s Tail Dancer® a success, the Deep Tail Dancer features an enlarged extreme diving lip that plummets the lure to 30+ feet with ease. Producing a wide, tantalizing tail action, the banana-shaped Deep Tail Dancer is outfitted with VMC® Treble Hooks with quick piercing and the strength to withstand the fiercest battles. Running depth from 15 to 30+ feet.
Walleye Best Bet
I'm adding to my Walleye baits with sure fire hard baits.
August 23, 2012
All time best puchase
The Deep Tail Dancer is without a doubt the best deep diving Rapala lure that Ihave ever used. It dives deeper and has even better action than the Risto Rap. The first time I used one I caught three Largemouth Bass three and a half to four pounds. I have caught six more the same size or larger in just two more days of fishing. I purchased two TDD11 blue flash a few weeks ago and ordered two more last week. They catch Fish!
September 28, 2011
Have caught a long list of species freom bluegill to muskie on taildancers and depth claims are often exceeded by using line diameters less then 10lb. Only problem, lure is missing is a wire connecting the line tie to the wire through the body. Twice I've lost fish with only a lip left.
October 7, 2010
I have caught several walleye and saugeye in Arkansas and several walleye and northern pike in Ontario, Canada. Had 34" pike destroy a plug in Ontario, Canada. The plug broke in half and one hook broke, but I did land the pike.
August 10, 2010
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