Original Rooster Tail

Original Rooster Tail

Since the 1950's, the Original Rooster Tail has earned a reputation as one of the most productive and versatile lures in the world. Capable of catching everything from bass to salmon, the Original Rooster Tail features a number of unique characteristics that not only get fish to bite, but bite hard.

Starting at the front, the Original Rooster Tail is fitted with a bright blade that tempts fish into striking when nothing else will. Designed with a cylindrical body, the Original Rooster Tail is precisely weighted to make it cast easily and consistently. At the rear, the Original Rooster Tail is complete with a super-soft hackle tail that gives it a natural pulsating action. Armed with a sticky-sharp treble hook, the Original Rooster Tail delivers proven performance that will make a great addition to every one of your tackleboxes. 

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8 Colors

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    Model No. 212-BL
    Black
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 2
    1/6oz 1
    1/4oz 5+
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    Model No. 212-CHR
    Chartreuse
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 5+
    1/6oz 07/13
    1/4oz 5+
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    Model No. 212-CHWT
    Chrome White Tail
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 4
    1/6oz 5+
    1/4oz 5+
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    Model No. 212-CLY
    Clyde
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 5+
    1/6oz 5+
    1/4oz 5+
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    Model No. 212-FRT
    Firetiger
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 07/13
    1/6oz 5+
    1/4oz 5+
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    Model No. 212-FBL
    Flash Black
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 07/13
    1/6oz 5+
    1/4oz 5+
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    Model No. 212-FCHR
    Flash Chartreuse
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 5+
    1/6oz 5+
    1/4oz 5+
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    Model No. 212-GRM
    Grey Minnow
    Size Stock Qty
    1/8oz 4
    1/6oz 5+
    1/4oz 5+

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Customer Reviews

Comments: My favorite Inline spinner for trout at the local streams. It's not just a trout lure, these things are true multi-species slayers. From Muskies and Northern Pike down to Bluegills & small Brook Trout.

From: Chris: Eau Claire, WI 1/25/16

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