Savage Gear Glide Swimmer - $13.99 to $24.99

Developed over the past two years by Mads Grosell, the Savage Gear Glide Swimmer offers anglers an ultra-realistic, easy-to-fish swimbait with a finely tuned swimming action. On a straight retrieve, the restricted V-joint causes the Savage Gear Glide Swimmer to deviate from the centerline and glide back-and-forth in a seductive “S” pattern. With a slight twitch, the slow-sinking Savage Gear Glide Swimmer makes a hard turn and exposes its entire side, which is ideal for eliciting strikes from following fish. Built with a semi-soft PVC tail, the Savage Gear Glide Swimmer has everything that a swimbait needs to put fish in the boat – and then some. 

Savage Gear  Length Weight Class
Glide Swimmer  5-1/4" 1oz Slow-sink
Glide Swimmer  6-1/2" 1-3/4oz Slow-sink
Glide Swimmer  8" 3oz Slow-sink

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  • Baby Bass
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5.25" $13.99
    6.5" $16.99
    8" $24.99
  • Blue Flash
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5.25" $13.99
    6.5" $16.99
    8" $24.99
  • Bluegill
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5.25" $13.99
    6.5" $16.99
    8" $24.99
  • Chartreuse Flash
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5.25" $13.99
    6.5" $16.99
    8" $24.99
  • Dirty Silver Flash
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5.25" $13.99
    6.5" $16.99
    8" $24.99
  • Hitch
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5.25" $13.99
    6.5" $16.99
    8" $24.99
  • Rainbow Trout
    Size Stock Price Qty
    5.25" $13.99
    6.5" $16.99
    8" $24.99

Customer Reviews Back to Top

Comments: These do catch fish but imo you're better off with the Swaver. The joint has too much play and the bait sinks too fast which gives is a weird glide and sink too much on the pause. Save your money and buy the swaver 200. Youll thank me later. Hopefully savage gears new glide bait is better

From: Jbird: RI 6/4/15

Comments: wow! Threw everything I had at muskies. Than BAM 5 muskies in 30 minutes. You should see the teeth marks on this thing! Highly recommended. it swims very well too but deadly with a jerk jerk pause then pull

From: Kris: Columbus, OH 4/27/15

Comments: I own three of em: baby bass, trout & chartreuse pattern. So far the baby bass pattern has caught fish on a consistent basis. And yes, the rear treble hook occasionally gets hung-up on the body; some say to downsize the rear treble hook, I find if I don't get real aggressive with my casts, the hang-up doesn't happen as much & I can live with that. I've been throwing it on a 7' rod with a bait casting reel spoiled with 10lb mono. Great bait for the money. don't let the treble hook hang-up stop you from buying this bait.

From: Mike: CA 4/25/15

Comments: Most of the reviews seen involve the split ring issue which makes a difference but personally isn't quite needed if fished on lighter line (15-20 lb etc) but its all good and isn't a big deal. My main suggestion for this bait is to downgrade the size of the rear hook because it often catches on the top side of the bait just before the back fin. Other than that its a great bait at a great price!

From: Matt: San Diego, CA 11/17/14

Comments: This bait is advertised with a split ring. However, it does not come with one. U'll need one. It has great action and one of my first casts a 4lb'r nailed it. She spit the hooks though. You'll need to set them real hard. Back treble hook gets stuck on the lower back if not hooked in to rubber tail. For the price, buy this bait.

From: Nick: Speedway, IN 5/30/14

Comments: i typically wont make a review on a product if i haven't used it yet. However, the bait is advertised with a front split ring and mine did not come with one, not a big deal but don't advertise the bait with a front split ring if it does not come with one. On another note, this bait is sick and will most definitely get bit-has a great action

From: Unknown: USA

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