Savage Gear 3D Real Trout Swimbait
Precise details coupled with innovative design set the Savage Gear Real Trout Swimbait apart from the rest. The Savage Gear Real Trout Swimbaits was created from 3-dimensional scans of actual trout. The first company to employ 3D scanning technology for this application, Savage Gear has created a swimbait with exact angles and curves that can’t be matched by any hand-carved mold. Once scanned, the Real Trout Swimbait was fitted with a large paddle tail that makes a very attractive "big kickin" swimming action.
Not one detail was overlooked in the creation of the Savage Gear Real Trout Swimbait, including the removal of markings that disappear during the 5-7” stage of maturation. The unmatched authenticity and improved design of the Savage Gear Real Trout Swimbait guarantee that your livewell will get filled.
|Real Trout 125||5"||1.25oz||Sinking|
|Real Trout 170||7"||2.6oz||Sinking|
|Real Trout 200||8"||4oz||Sinking|
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Comments: I use the 200 and have caught a 12 & a 9 1/4. I've had the bait for about 2 months now. Not a huge fan of boot tail but I like to fish this bait in open water by rocks and dams. I'm also a big fan of striper fishing I use this swimbait too. All in all great bait.
From: Garrett: Lewisville, TX 10/19/15
Comments: I've used all kinds of swimbaits & none hold up or catch more fish than these! oh & the price is outstanding!
From: Matt: Jupiter, FL 6/29/15
Comments: The 7" sinks way too fast for me. I'm either mopping weeds or getting hung up in rocks. It'd be nice if they offered a slow sink cause these are like rof100 even with 25lb mono
From: Jordan: RI 6/15/15
Comments: Save your money on the huddleston and buy three of these ! This bait is a solid producer. I use the 7" and 9" in the trout and bass colors for pre spawn fish and it knocked their lights out. The tail has a big kick, so they work great at night too. Even at lakes with no trout, they absolutely inhale this thing. I recommend doing the butch brown rig on all sizes but the 5".
From: Chris: Las Vegas, NV 7/21/14
Comments: This swimbait produces! First day I had it I caught a 6 1/2 pound large mouth, only small down side is the plastic tears very slightly, also I put a small rattle in the tail in the hole and it sounds awesome!
From: Brooks: ATL, GA 7/3/14
Comments: Yes indeed, this is a 2nd review, but a much needed one if people want to catch a boat load on any day. This bait just simply hands down catches fish, every time i go out i have this tied on because i know i'm going to get bit several times. It out catches, at least for me, jigs, squarebills, jerkbaits, combined, idk if its just CT or what but I love this lure to death, i just got 2 5" trout and another hitch, time to go catch some more, tight lines people, hopefully i convinced you to pick one up!
From: Stephen: Manchester, CT 4/26/14
Comments: Like previous posters stated it is for sure well worth the money for this size bait. But I have noticed that the ROF on the larger sizes is not consistent at all. I have seen it range from like a 12 to what seems like 200. not that fast sink is a problem but it would be nice to know that each one is what it should be and not have to guess on fall rate. They do hold up well too and that's a huge plus.
From: Brian: Grants Pass, OR 4/25/14
Comments: I have the 5" Hitch, oh baby does it get thumped slow rolling around laydowns and boulders! water is probably just getting over 40 degrees, and i had a stellar day, 7 good bass and 2 pickerel, every one choked it, once i get a big bait rod i will immediately be purchasing 7" real trouts.
From: Stephen: Manchester, CT 4/8/14
Comments: Best Bang For The Buck!! Tie the 7" on your line cast out and get ready for that fish you have been dreaming about.
From: KEYSTRIKE- NorCal
Comments: Just got all three colors of this bait..very impressed with the swimming action and the paint job is great i rigged them with stinger hooks incase of short bites and ill e chucking them at huge stripers at willow beach..hope tw gets them in the 11" size when they are released
From: Pikey: las vegas nv
Comments: Wow...I just got back from a fishing trip in Wisconsin and tried the 7' light trout when nothing else seemed to be working and caught some of the largest fish I've ever caught. These made a believer out of me! I would count down and slow troll these between 10' - 15' or cast them and keep them between 2' - 4' and the pike and large mouth would hammer them. I aslo used an 8" Huddleston and they both equally caught fish. IMO...these are one of THE BEST swimbaits on the market...especially considering the price. Use these, be patient and hang on to your rod...because big baits catch BIG fish!
From: Ray: USA
Comments: Best boot tail on the market. I know I can tie one of these on when I can't get a hit on any other swimbait and get slammed. If they won't touch the 7", tie on the 5" and they'll choke it!!! Best part is that at 9.99 you won't break the bank.
From: FRED-E-MAC: NOR CAL
Comments: Super soft plastic with awesome swimming action. The 7" is good for fishing 15 to 30 feet deep. Swims on the fall instead of doing circles like a bunch of swimbaits. Heard there are larger sizes coming!
From: Josh: So California
Comments: not bad, but not my favorite. Not a huge fan of boot tail swimbaits but for the price this bait is definitely worth the money.