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Real Eel Pre-Rigged

4 customer reviews

$8.99$13.99

The Savage Gear Real Eel was created by using 3D scan of a real eel. The Real Eel has an awesome tail kicking action at any retrieve speed. This bait has proven deadly on striped bass, cobia, largemouth bass, musky and a variety of other gamefish. This pre-rigged version is available in 3 sizes from 8 – 16 in. in a variety of top color patterns, and comes rigged with an integrated top hook and a secured bottom treble hook. This is the ULTIMATE eel imitation.

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Description

Savage Gear Manager Mads Grosell gives you tips and tricks on how to get the best of you Real Eel lures. He also show you just how effective they are for big northern pike!!!

Additional information

Length

8", 12", 16"

Color

Black Green Pearl, Blue Back Pearl, Fire Tiger, Golden Ambulance, Olive Brown Pearl

Weight

1 1/3 oz, 2 3/4 oz, 5 3/4 oz

Action

Slow Sinking

4 reviews for Real Eel Pre-Rigged

  1. Andrii

    I like it

    Nice play in the ocean, good price

  2. Ben0517

    Attracts Pike

    The lure seems to dive deep. I put a large bobber float above it, and it seems to work a lot better. The problem that I’ve had so far is this, even though some huge pike have struck it, they all seem to miss. I’m not sure why this is the case. Maybe they’re hitting the tail where there is no hook? But I have yet to catch a fish on it. Just the other day a 3 foot long pike jumped out of the water flipping in the air, but it still missed it. This is happened several times. It’s too bad because it really attracts the fish.maybe I need to attach a trailing hook?

  3. DRAGONBONES

    Nice

    I have used the 8 inch one unfortunately I need deeper water. I am going to reservoirs soon where there is deeper water. So far areas I did fish it’s worth the money. So realistic. I recommend anyone doing deep fresh water fishing buy one. I have used it on real deep rivers.

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  4. Ben0517

    Attracts Pike

    The lure seems to dive deep. I put a large bobber float above it, and it seems to work a lot better. The problem that I’ve had so far is this, even though some huge pike have struck it, they all seem to miss. I’m not sure why this is the case. Maybe they’re hitting the tail where there is no hook? But I have yet to catch a fish on it. Just the other day a 3 foot long pike jumped out of the water flipping in the air, but it still missed it. This is happened several times. It’s too bad because it really attracts the fish.maybe I need to attach a trailing hook?

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