Savage Gear TPE Fly Shrimp

The TPE Fly shrimp is based on the 3D scan of a small shrimp and has incredible details even for its small size.  The Shrimp were designed as a saltwater bait, but have quickly taken off as a great go to freshwater bait.  With the incredible micro movement of the legs and antenna, the Fly Shrimp entice even the most finicky of bass around docks.

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The TPE material is very durable and elastic and can even be used on the fly rod. On the offset wide gape hook it can be rigged both forward and backwards and it can also be rigged on a small jig head the same way. The Body itself can be mounted and glued on top of a partial shrimp fly to create even more micro movement and profile.


TPE FLY SHRIMP FEATURES
• Can be rigged forward or backwards.
• TPE construction for ultimate durability. (Do not store with other soft plastics)
• Heavy micro movement on antennae and legs on the fall or on pauses.
• Great for popping cork, fly fishing, or ultra-light fishing.
• Ultra sharp tournament offset hook with weighted egg sack.

For more information on the Savage Gear 3D TPE Fly Shrimp, please visit http://www.savagegear-usa.com/product/view/lures/shrimp-lures/tpe-fly-shrimp
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Savage Gear 3D Manic Shrimp Review

By: Andrew Benak

 

 

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I have been using the Savage Gear 3d Shrimp for a while now and with the new review wanted to post a review. These shrimp are the most life-like shrimp I have seen. I detail in the shrimp is superior to any other. Top that with amazing durability and you have the best 3d shrimp on the market.

As I just stated these shrimp are very detailed and it doesn’t just stop with the look. The action of this bait in the water is top notch. A very slow retrieve will allow the feet to dance and when you stop reeling the action in the tail creates a strike to any hungry fish. My technique with this lure is lead the fish, begin with a slowwww retrieve to resemble a swimming/crawling shrimp. If the water is clear I simply continue a slow retrieve. If water is murky and I think the redfish will have a little issue seeing the bait I do a simple rod raise and fall to bring the shrimp up in the water column to provide more action, resulting in a better chance of the redfish seeing the bait.

Durability of this lure is surprising good! The inner netting holds this bait together fish after fish. I still have baits in new condition after weeks of fishing and catching. The plastic material itself is very durable as well. You will eventually get a tear or two in the bait but nothing to hinder the action of the lure.

One more thing about this lure that I really like is the under slot for the hook. I use it to put pro-cure in. I just open it up and fill it with a decent amount of pro-cure and bam! you have the deadliest shrimp bait on the market!

Here is a video of one shrimp getting a good workout for the day! Good luck out there and fish hard!

 

 

To find out more about the Savage Gear TPE Manic Shrimp, please visit http://www.savagegear-usa.com/product/view/lures/shrimp-lures/tpe-manic-shrimp