Cabela's Colorado Prism Foil Blades

Priced: $2.88 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Colorado Prism Foil Blades -
Stamped from high-carbon steel, the Cabela's Prism Foil Blades will draw more attention to your presentation. The holographic finish on these blades reflects light in all directions, giving you the edge on the water. The slightly cupped blades revolve consistently with little movement. Prism foil blades sold per five.
Sizes: 3, 4, 5.
Colors:(001)Silver, (002)Gold, (026)Orange, (096)Chartreuse, (727)Watermelon, (021)Firetiger, (257)Rainbow.


  • Holographic finish for added attraction
  • Stamped from high-carbon steel
  • Revolve consistently with little movement
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Cabela's Colorado Prism Foil Blades Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

foil blades

Flash and color is really thrown off. Beats regular chrome, brass, or copper hands down. Most important though, the walleye really like them. The first time I used them on custom crawler harnesses, we fished them on one side of the boat. With two guys on the boat, my side went 9 to 1. My buddy has already ordered some.
fishboy43 at Cabelas on 07/14/2009

Prism Foil

A true fish attractant. Brings those big walleye in from longer distances by refracting light in many directions.
Hang on to your rod; these prism patterns are deadly.
redtailchub at Cabelas on 05/23/2012

Awesome walleye attractors

Great for walleye spinner rigs.
Odduck at Cabelas on 08/11/2008

Neutral Reviews:

Recommended - with some reservations

Gold and silver are great. Consistent quality, highly reflective, spin as they should. Painted versions don't hold up well - paint chips and flakes fairly easily. Not a major concern, but they could be better...
markalaska at Cabelas on 09/24/2008