The Savage Gear 3D Swim Squid Jig is based on a 3D scan of a real Squid, with superb details and a super realistic profile! The lure swims and looks just like a real squid and will fool even the most wary predator fish to attack it! The Savage Gear 3D Swim Squid Jig can be used in many ways, cast and retrieve, slow jigging or trolling! The unique 2 part design, allows the angler to add scent or squid meat to the inside or change rigging as needed. The Savage Gear 3D Swim Squid Jigs body fins pulse, and the tentacles vibrate lively as the lure moves thru the water making this lure the perfect Squid imitation!
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All items larger than 61cm on any one side or larger than 0.005 cubic meters (5 Litres) including packing are sent on a tracked and signed next day service. Any item over 1.1m or 0.005 cubic meters (5 Litres) including packing requires an individual quotation, this is for all areas including mainland UK. Due to the delivery of goods being fulfilled by third party companies no guarantees are offered.
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