Savage Gear Blood49 Trace 30cm 0.48mm 11kg Swivel/Needle Snap 3pcs

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  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £4.49
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  • 54869 Blood49 Trace 30cm
  • 0.48mm 11kg
  • Swivel/Needle Snap
  • 3 pieces

The Savage Gear Blood49 Trace is made from 49 strand stainless steel wire, coated with a strong carbon copolymer in a blood red colour, for superb abrasion resistance! Perfect sized swivel and blood red spring steel needle snap, for hard or softlures! The Savage Gear Blood49 Trace is perfect pike trace in a strike triggering blood red colour!

At North East Tackle Supplies we have the full range of Savage Gear wire traces including the Savage Gear Blood49 Trace.

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