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Rapala Deep Tail Dancer 9cm

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  • Model:
  • Body Length:
    9 cm
  • Weight:
    13 g
  • Hooks:
    Two No. 3
  • Technique:
    Spinning & Trolling
  • Running Depth Spinning:
    6 m
  • Running Depth Trolling:
    6 m
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Rapala Deep Tail Dancer 9cm

Specifically designed to get deep into where the lunkers lie, the Deep Tail Dancer will prove to be an angler's best companion. The Rapala lure design team and the Pro Staff anglers joined forces to design and test this extra-deep diving lure. Incorporating all the positive attributes that have made the Tail Dancer a success, the Deep Tail Dancers features an enlarged extreme diving lip that plummets the lure deep with ease.
Front red VMC Pyramid Point hooks (for a wounded minnow simulation) offer quick piercing and the strength to withstand the fiercest battles.

A unique trolling lure designed to dive deep on its own the Deep Tail Dancer will hold its tracking even at fast speeds without any compromise in action. The unique color patterns were chosen by the Rapala Pro Staff and proven with over a years testing under tournament conditions prior to release.
Tie the Deep Tail Dancer directly to the split ring using the double clinch knot. Lob cast the lure out, release 100 feet of line, engage reel and get ready. Trolling speeds play a critical part in the effectiveness of any trolling lure. Here's a tip for successful trolling: Check action at various speeds, next to the boat on short line. Now run the Deep Tail dancer at a variety of speeds until you discover the desired action.
If you speed up enough, the Deep Tail Dancer will start to veer back and forth a bit – sometimes that’s just what’s needed to get the predators interested.