Savage Gear Gravity Stick Pintail




A slim-profile, long-casting range of soft lures with a high specific gravity. All the lures have a rattle slot in the main body plus an insert weight slot in the tail area to add even more distance to your cast if required. The nose of the lures are perfectly designed for easy rigging on our small hitchhikers. The back of each lure has a recessed slot for our weedless hooks, plus a hook guide entry point on the belly for precise and easy rigging. Pintail – a versatile twitchbait style lure which comes to life on a twitch/pause/twitch retrieve but also swims with a subtle S-curve action on a fast to medium straight retrieve, and then a very subtle “no-action” on a slow retrieve. The Pintail has a great secondary action on the drop where it shakes and shimmies – hold on! Pulsetail – offers a very subtle and realistic pulsing tail action on a simple straight retrieve, where the body of the lure deliberately has a “no-action” profile while the tail seductively pulses all the time. The Pulsetail swims perfectly at a variety of speeds plus it also works on the drop where its subtle shaking and pulsing tail can really get the fish going! Paddletail – a straight retrieve produces a very lively kicking and rocking action along the whole length of the lure. Designed to sit alongside the Pintail and the Pulsetail, the Paddletail displaces enough water to drive the fish wild yet can still be fished very subtly if required.

14cm/16g – 6 per pack

• High specific gravity • High salt content • Slot for rattle in belly • Slot for insert weight in tail • Perfected for use with our 6/0 weedless hooks • Long-casting soft lures, each with a very different and unique action • Fish the lures with or without belly-weights

Additional information


Green Silver UV, Khaki, Wakasagi, White


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