Great NEW Products From SAVAGE GEAR!

3D BAT
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Utilizing the latest in 3D Technologies available, the Savage Gear team created the first of its kind, 3D-scanned, topwater, crawling, bat bait. Available in two sizes, 4”- 1oz, and 5”- 2oz. The 3D Bat features a hard ABS body and stainless wings on the larger size, and aluminum wings on the smaller size. The 3D Bat also incorporates a high pitched built-in rattle, as well as, super frantic, noisy action that calls in predators from a long distance. The 3D Bat comes in three colors, Black Bat, Grey Bat, and Brown Bat. MSRP $19.99- $24.99


3D Goby Tube
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The 3D Goby Tube is the first of its kind, 3D Scanned Goby tube style bait that perfectly mimics Goby and freshwater Sculpin baitfish. The 3D Goby features dramatic detail such as side and dorsal fins that make for gliding action on the fall that triggers intense reaction strikes. These baits can be fished numerous ways and built to accept any tube style jig head from 1/8oz to 3/4oz. The 3D Goby Tube is available in two sizes, 3 ½” and 4” lengths.  The 3D Goby was design with Match the Hatch mentality in mind releasing twelve distinct colors.  MSRP $4.99


3D Hollow Body Fruck
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The 3D Hollow Body Fruck was created to be the ultimate in a stealthy top water bait, combining the body of a Duck with the legs of a Frog to create the Fruck. The Fruck has a soft collapsible body and ultra- strong, ultra-sharp double hook. With its slim design, and dangling feet, the Fruck has a great side to side, walk the dog style action that you can drag across stumps, weeds and lily pads.  Available in two sizes, 3”- 3/4oz and 4”- 1 1/2oz floating designs.  The 3D Fruck is available in six colors. MSRP $9.99


3D Back Lip Diver
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The 3D Back Lip Diver is a hard bodied, long casting bait. The Lip of the bait is attached to the belly and folds while in the air for ultra-long distance casts. The belly lip also creates a seductive side to side belly roll. Available in two sizes, 4” 3/4oz and 5 ¼” 1 1/2oz the bait has a slow sink action that you can count down and fish multiple depths on a medium retrieve. Available in five colors, Bone, Dirty Silver, Fire Tiger, Hitch, and Sexy Shad, these baits make for a perfect search bait for covering big areas of water. MSRP $9.99- $11.99


4D Line Thru Trout
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The new Savage Gear 4D Line Thru Trout features new 4D Photo Print Patterns that come in Brown Trout, Dark Trout, and Light Trout, and comes impregnated with scent.  Available in 3 sizes- 6”- 1 1/4oz, 8”- 3 1/3oz, and 10”- 6 1/3oz lengths and weights, as well as a slow sink action.  The new 4D Line Thru has a new internal harness that allows for a thicker line to be passed through as well as a line thru modifier.  MSRP $14.99- $27.99


Want To Catch More Late-Summer Bass? Here’s Some Tips!

Tips and Techniques
With the radiating sun beating down, late summer bass fishing can be sluggish, discouraging, and difficult. Many bass tend to slow down and move into cooler, deeper water, under cover, or near structure. Others may suspend mid-water or continue foraging along shallow lines. Confusing right? We know! Deciding what lure to tie on next when the fish aren’t biting can leave anglers scratching their heads wondering what they are doing wrong. While summer seems like a tough time to fish, with a little bit of work, it can also be the most rewarding.

Here’s a couple tips to help YOU catch more bass in late summer:

1) When the surface water is heating up, key in on fishing under cover – like docks, fallen trees, vegetation and more. Docks and submerged trees make for an excellent bass utopia. Vegetation like Hydrilla and Lily Pads are home to baitfish, higher oxygen levels, and mostly importantly, SHADE! Targeting bass in these areas can produce a satisfying summer catch.

2) Take advantage of feeding times! Get on the lake before the summer heat begins or as the evening sun begins to set. Low light and low heat are the perfect conditions for hungry bass. Tie on your favorite topwater, buzz-baits, or trick worms. This small window provides a prime-time experience and increases your chances of nailing your next personal best.

3) When bigger baits, frogs, and crank-baits stop working, go finesse! Use a drop-shot rig. Keep in mind – while we all want to feel the every twitch at the bottom by using heavier weight, lighter weight helps your worm maintain a natural presentation. Slow your crank speed down and stay confident in your technique!

4) Find the current! Whether it be from the wind, water density, or a nearby dam. Finding the current means finding oxygen, higher levels of oxygen means finding forage, finding forage means you find hungry predatory bass! BOOM…

5) Remember, not all bass are deep during the summer months, because this species of game-fish have a higher tolerance for heat, some remain shallow foraging on craws, bugs, frogs, some remain near points in search of ambush prey, and others will migrate to cooler deeper water. Don’t focus your energy in one place, the water is your wonderland!

6) When the hot gets hotter, match the hatch and throw a deep-diving crankbait. Use it as a search bait to cover a big area of deep water. Varying your speeds and technique can entice even the most lethargic fish to bite!

Bass can be finicky in the summer months, but with a little bit of time, effort, and technique you can quickly improve your catch ratio and thus, improve your summer-time fishing experience!