Savage Gear 3D LB Fry 50 & 65

  • Now £2.44
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £3.99
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  • 8 pieces/pack

Savage Gear 3D LB Fry are soft Loose body PVC minnow fry perfect for LRF fishing after Trout, Perch, Chub and Bass. Great micro paddle tail or V-Tail in a 8pcs mix pack. Perfect for drop shot or micro jig heads! The Savage Gear 3D LB Fry come in a 50 or 5cm size and a 65 or 6.5cm sizes.

At North East Tackle Supplies we carry the full range of Savage Gear Soft lures including the Savage Gear 3D LB Fry.

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