Savage Gear Fishing Trebles Big Fish 2/0, 4/0 & 7/0

  • Now From £4.39
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £6.99
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours
  • 4X Japanese wired tournament
  • saltwater trebles – Perfect for big
  • fish stingers and Lures!
  • 2/0 and 4/0 have 6 hooks, 6/0 has 4 hooks

The Savage Gear Big Fish Trebles are a great treble hook for boat fishing and Norway fishing, North East Tackle Supplies are known for stocking the very best in Big Fish Trebles from a variety of industry-leading brands including Savage Gear. Our range of Savage Gear Big Fish Trebles have been used by many anglers traveling to Norway to target large Cod, Coalfish and Halibut. Take a look through our range of Savage Gear Big Fish Trebles today, available in 2/0, 4/0 and 6/0.

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