Dutch Fork Stainless Steel Colorado Ghost Blade Harness

2 Reviews
Item No.: F11983


Dutch Fork Stainless Steel Colorado Ghost Blades Harnesses are premium hand tied harnesses with two #2/0 hooks, colored matching beads, 30 lb. coated wire, No Loss Quik Change Clevis, and a Colorado custom painted Ghost Blade. Ghost Blades are completely see-through blades with transparent and semi-transparent designs allowing them to change colors as they rotate around or over another object such as beads on a crawler harness.

Ghost Blades are constructed of a durable, high impact polymer that is half the weight of metal blades, have a lighter vibration than metal blades, and will not sink like metal blades. The plastic blades also rotate at much slower speeds than traditional spinner blades allowing you to keep the bait in front of fish longer and entice those larger fish that are more reluctant to bite.

  • Colorado shape blade
  • 10 in. coated steel wire - 30 lb.
  • Two #2/0 hooks (VMC or Matzuo Sickle)
  • No Loss Quik Change Clevis
  • Size 5: 1 3/8 x 1 1/8 in.
  • Size 6: 1 1/2 x 1 1/4 in.
  • Colored matching beads
  • High impact polymer construction
  • Spins easily at very slow speeds
  • Transparent see-through design
  • Colors change at different angles
  • Works well on inactive fish
  • High quality paint and topcoat
  • Baked on finish
  • Qty. per pack: 1

Please note: Dutch Fork blades should not be left sitting in the sun in a Plano or other tackle box. The inside of tackle boxes reaches a very high temperature when left in the sun, and that temperature can melt your plastic blades.

Ratings & Reviews

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8/25/2014 12:00:00 am

Nice Harness

by Reelin Rebel -

Nicely built harness

1/3/2021 6:45 am

Awsome harness

by one bite

These Dutch Fork worm harness are great, they hold up for fish after fish and the blades spin just right even at very low speeds. The hooks are top quality, I don't think I have ever broken one and I have been using them for about 3 seasons.