The Savage Gear 3D Fat Minnow T Tail has been designed to swim with a great movement and action. Great for linear retrieve on light heads – but has also been proven to be deadly on the traditional heavier heads for jig fishing.
The Savage Gear fat body Minnow Lures profile makes perfect mount on all types of jig heads. The fine T-tail moves at slow speed and soft material makes the lures very lively in the water. The Fat T-tail minnow will catch any predator fish in both fresh and salt water! Deadly on Perch, Pike, Zander, Bass etc.
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