Rapala TD05 Tail Dancer Lures
|Running Depth||Body Length||Weight|
|TD05 5B Blue|
|6' - 9'||2in||3/16||Two#7/0||5B Blue||$10.99 USD|
|TD05 5S Silver|
|6' - 9'||2in||3/16||Two#7/0||5S Silver||$10.99 USD|
|TD05 5BP Bleeding Pearl|
|6' - 9'||2in||3/16||Two#7/0||5BP Bleeding Pearl||$10.99 USD|
|TD05 5P Perch|
|6' - 9'||2in||3/16||Two#7/0||5P Perch||$10.99 USD|
|TD05 5SD Shad|
|6' - 9'||2in||3/16||Two#7/0||5SD Shad||$10.99 USD|
|TD05 5BHO Bleeding Hot Olive|
|6' - 9'||2in||3/16||Two#7/0||5BHO Bleeding Hot Olive||$10.99 USD|
This "banana-style" Rapala lure swims with a pronounced "wide-tail" style without sacrificing that classic Rapala action. Balsa wood with an internal rattle system, the Tail Dancer features VMC black nickel treble hooks for quick piercing sharpness and the strength to withstand the fiercest battles. Hand-tuned and tank-tested, each lure swims perfect right out of the box. Using a stop and go technique the Tail Dancer will actually backup, simulating bait riding the currents present in all water.
- Balsa Construction
- Wide Tail Swimming Action
- Internal Rattle Mechanism
- VMC Black Nickel Hooks
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
new york, NY
June 19, 2015
Rapala tail dancer lure .. it has big plastic lips it allow the lure dive really well. By the body shape wobblibg is pretty good.
December 23, 2014
Great walleye trolling lure
Like with most cases of walleye trolling the best results I get with slow speed and light line (preferably thin braid)
December 18, 2014
Top Notch Trolling lure
I really only troll this lure but it works pretty well on the troll, I've had all kinds of fish hit it, last time striper fishing a large cat fish nailed it. Best part are the TDD11s, great deep divers with a smaller profile.
Prosrun true out of box, good hooks
July 29, 2014
Classic Trout Tricker.
One of my favourite Trout Trolling lures, I use the perch pattern for Trout almost exclusively. I like to run 4 rods when Trolling for Trout. My Right side is my usual spot for running a Rapala Tail Dancer as it has an action totally different to everything else, it just wiggles its butt through the water teasing the Trout into a hard strike, Most Trout I have caught on the Tail Dancer got hooked on their cheek or under the jaw, they are actually trying to attack the lure not eat it because they are hungry! In my experience the 2-3/4 inch size is really good.
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