Savage Gear Rotational Pike Spinner

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  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £6.49
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  • 50742 #5 18g 01-Silver Red
  • 50743 #5 18g 02-Black Gold
  • 50744 #5 18g 03-Firetiger
  • 50745 #6 21g 01-Silver Red
  • 50746 #6 21g 02-Black Gold
  • 50747 #6 21g 03-Firetiger
  • 50748 #7 27g 01-Silver Red
  • 50749 #7 27g 02-Black Gold
  • 50750 #7 27g 03-Firetiger

The Savage Gear Pike Spinner – Immediate rotation from the single large blade, gives a big flashing pulsation from the flashing skirt. The Silicone tails, provides a perfect provoking tailing action!

These spinner will run high in the water and can be fished shallow over weed tops and reefs – superb for big Pike!

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