Savage Gear 4Play V2 Swim & Jerk

  • Now From £8.39
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £16.99
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  • 3 Joints, 4 parts
  • Semi Soft PVC tail, Hard ABS Body
  • Photo Chrome Colors
  • Swim and Jerk - Super S-Curve action – great side glide for stop and Go – Slow Sink
  • Hooks, SG ST36 Y-treble in DG finish 4PLAY V2 SWIM & JERK
  • 13,5cm 2x #4 S&J runs 1-3’
  • 16,5cm 2x#2 S&J runs 1-3’
  • 20cm 2x #1 S&J runs 1-4’
  • Slow Sink 4PLAY V2 LIPLURE
  • 13,5cm 2x #4 Liplure runs 2-4’
  • 16,5cm 2x#2 Liplure runs 3-5’
  • 20cm 2x #1 Liplure runs 4-7’
  • Slow float

Based on a 3D Scan of a Real Herring, the perfectly designed ABS body, swims with a super seductive and provoking action! Super swimbait for many predator fish!

 

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