ST51-CB

Slowtail: 5.5" 1.25oz Twin Tail

37 reviews
  • $7.95

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Designed for ultra-slow presentations in shallow water or near the surface, the Slow Tail Swimbait features Hogy's trusted trophy grade rigging ready to target tackle busting tarpon, tuna, snook, striped bass, cobia and more. Featuring twin action-packed ribbon tails for a lifelike swimming action at very slow speeds, these baits are ideal for targeting lethargic, pressured or generally finicky gamefish by offering a slower, more natural presentation. Ideally fished with slow steady swimming action, or a slightly stop and go retrieve, these baits effectivity imitate unassuming mullet, herring, menhaden, shad and more.




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CB
10/06/2020
Chris B.
Jack attack

Great lure for the mullet run when you need a quick lure to pitch at fish crashing bait. Reel it slow or fast it doesn’t matter. Predators crush them! Capt Chris Britton Grey Ghost Fishing Charters

Hogy Lure Company Online Shop Slowtail: 5.5 1.25oz Twin Tail Review
JW
11/08/2018
Jamie W.

Great product, caught a 32in snook on the first night using it!!

Hogy Lure Company Online Shop Slowtail: 5.5 1.25oz Twin Tail Review
GM
01/18/2021
Greg M.
United States United States
Quality and quick service

I wish I was able to fish this already...seems well-balanced and durable. A quality product with a reasonable price that was delivered quickly.

JC
01/06/2021
J c.
United States United States
Tarpon and other big fish love it.

Great product! Quality build with best hooks around.

DH
12/24/2020
David H.
United States United States
Slow Tail

Ordered a few as they were not available locally. The bass were into a mainly sand eel bite when I received, but they cast surprisingly well, look great in the water, and have high hopes for them this spring.


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