The Savage Gear Line Thru Seeker ISP Lure is designed for long casting, even in windy conditions – the blade design allows the lure to swim very lively and erratic with the most incredible 360-degree rotation on the spin stop – so that the lure spins away from the centerline – driving the trout crazy – resulting in hard strikes! Each Savage Gear Line Thru Seeker ISP Lure is supplied with an ultra sharp Treble hook, several colors soft Beads and clear hard beads, to protect the knot on the spilt/ring hook knot. When the trout is hooked, the Savage Gear Line Thru Seeker ISP Lure runs freely up the line and the fish cannot use the weight of the lure to throw the hook. The Photo print colors are made with Sandeel details and superb finish.
Here at North East Tackle Supplies we have the full Savage Gear Line Thru range which includes the Savage Gear Line Thru Seeker ISP Lure.
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