The Savage Gear 3D Backlip Herring lures are perfectly made replica from small herring that imitates a wide variety of prey fish both salt and freshwater. The Backlip Herring swims with a great rolling and flashing action – calling in predators from a long distance. The lure casts very far and as soon as retrieve is started, the backlip will fold out and the lure will start to roll and flash immediately.
The Savage Gear 3D Backlip Herring lures backlip will force the lure to the surface and you can fish even over very shallow areas. The lure will rise in the water when speed is increased, great for fishing over weed beds and reefs. A great innovative search lure, with a great casting distance – great for Pike, Seabass, Asp and many other predator fish!
At North East Tackle suppies we are known for carrying a huge selection of Savage Gear Lures including the new Savage Gear 3D Backlip Herring Lure
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