Yakima Bait Rooster Tail Spinner Box Kit.
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- The worlds most versatile multi species Lure
- Unique spinning action
- In-Line weighted body design
- Pulsating hacckle tail attracts fish
- 5 Rooster tails 1 vibric Rooster tail 1/8oz- yellow coach dog, Chartreuse, glitter Fire Tiger, black, RAINBOW and White Mylar
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One of the Most Versatile Fishing Lure
Panfish (like bass, crappie and bluegill) will readily hit a Rooster Tail cast when retrieved at the depth they’re holding. If you’re targeting crappie and bluegill on small water bodies a 1/16 or 1/8 ounce spinner is likely the right choice. Colors that match the natural forage, like black, brown, white, green, and yellow are the ones that will likely work best. If the water is stained due to recent rains or light low, brighter colors like fire tiger, chartreuse, bright pink, orange, yellow and those offered with an ultraviolet UV overcoat.
While bass will respond to a variety of lures and bait they love the flash and vibration produced by spinners. Bass will respond to almost any color combination and will often focus on colors that match the natural forage available, like black, brown, white, green, and yellow; or those mimicking minnows, like silver, white, gray, yellow, blue, fire tiger, rainbow or brown trout. Bass will most often be found near shore when the light is low, off points of land extending into the lake, tight to underwater structure or found suspended under overhanging trees, brush or docks. While they will at times only respond to lures matching the size forage they’re feeding on you will likely find the best success using 1/6 and ¼ ounce spinner sizes.
Brown trout come in all sizes and because they feed on a variety of forage, from worms and crayfish to minnows, the colors that often work best include those matching the natural forage like black, brown, white, green, and yellow. If they are feeding on minnows colors like silver, white, gray, yellow, blue, fire tiger, rainbow or brown trout colors might produce best, especially when seeking larger size browns. Brown trout are the most prevalent in larger lakes and reservoirs where casting distance will allow you to cover more water, so 1/6 or ¼ ounce spinner sizes are the most popular. Brown trout tend to be the most active early or late in the day, when it’s raining and water rough.
Rainbow are the trout specie you are most likely to encounter on your fishing adventures, however cutthroat are prevalent on some water bodies and like rainbows can get big. Brook trout generally don’t get as large as the other trout specie but can be very numerous and offer great table fair due to their sweet taste. All respond to the flash, color and vibration produced by spinners. For small stream trout a size 1/16 or 1/8 ounce spinner is likely the right choice, while 1/6 or ¼ ounce lure will likely produce best on medium to large size rivers or lakes where casting distance will allow you to cover more and get deep in the water column if need.
The Amazing Rooster Tail
Rooster Tail Know How
Without a doubt, the most popular way to fish a spinner is to employ the cast-and-retrieve method. It’s so easy, just tie a spinner on the end of your line, cast into a nearby body of water and reel/retrieve your spinner back to you. Strikes are easily identified but can, at times, be subtle as fish will take a spinner in a variety of ways; which might include arm-wrenching-strikes, swimming with the spinner while closing their mouth around it, or just stopping the blade from spinning. In all cases, it’s important to set the hook hard, yank back on your rod tip, when noticing any change in spinner action. Of course, you can use Rooster Tail when trolling or jigging too, which are fishing methods used by anglers having a boat.
Choosing Spinnier Sizes
The size/weight you choose depends on casting distance and size fish you’re after. In addition, the most productive size might be the one that is similar to the available forage. For panfish in lakes or trout in small streams a size 1/16 or 1/8 oz size is best. For larger water bodies, where casting distance will allow you to cover more water, try size 1/6 or ¼.
If minnows are abundant, like shad or young trout or panfish try a silver, white, gray, yellow, blue, fire tiger, rainbow or brown trout color. When aquatic insects, amphibians (leech & frog) and bugs (grasshopper) are the main forage a black, brown, green or yellow color will often outperform. On dark days or when the water is turbid try fire tiger, chartreuse, bright pink, orange, yellow.
- Rooster Tail spinners have the casting weight built into their design
- Hand tied, multi feather pulsating hackle tail attracts fish
- Durable painted body
- In line blade design
- Premium clevis rides on bearing washer for instant spin
- Stainless steel wire
- Available in size from 1/32oz to 1oz
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