The all new Savage Gear 3D Suicide Duck Lure will fool all predatory fish due to its incredible 3D features.
The Savage Gear 3D Suicide Duck Lure has a stiff and well designed body with semi soft and durable feet, which offers an incredible strength. The Duckling also involves wavey feet which are one of its stand-out features, and will offer an incredible lively splashing action, which will leave a trail which those predator fish will not be able to help themselves.
This lure has been specifically designed for open water fishing, and features 2 feathered covered treble hooks, one on its chest and one on its back. For fishing in weedy conditions, remove the treble on the belly, the lure is designed so it always land on the belly with the exposed treble hook on the back.
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