The Savage Gear Monster Lure Slug is now available from NETS in two sizes and two colours, these lures have been released for a limited time and can be for use with jig heads and offset worm hooks. The Savage Gear Monster Slug Lure is forecast to be one of Savage Gear's best sellers yet. This lure has been specifically designed for fishing for Perch, Zander and Pike, but it can also be used to great effect for many other purposes, twitch/jerk, wacky rigging or even fished on jigs like the heavier Sandeel Jig Heads for all predator species in fresh and salt water!
The Savage Gear Sandeel Slug has been used by many anglers for predator fishing and has been proven to be a success at catching those predator fish.
You can take a look through all of our great range of Savage Gear lures and many more brands of fishing lures on our online shop today.
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