Part of Savage Gear’s finesse line of lures, the Savage Gear Joint Prey 95 is a long casting walking bait, which is easy to sashay across the surface whether you’re a novice or seasoned pro. Featuring incredibly lifelike detailing and coloring, it is the perfect choice for clear water situations and finicky fish. Even the premium, super sharp Japanese treble hooks and split rings feature finishes that are color coordinated to the baits’ color schemes for the most realistic presentation possible. Also equipped with a rattle for added fish attraction, the Savage Gear Top Prey has what it takes to get the topwater bite going when the going gets tough.
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Comments: So I bought this lure as a replacement for an old stickbait that broke a little while back. I figured if I was going want something in black I might as well get on pre-painted instead of using a sharpie. Yes, a sharpie. Anyway, I took it out to a local pond to test it out. After a couple of casts, a fish boiled on it and missed. Looked to be decent sized. Few casts later, I get a blow up and it turned out to be a nice four pound fish. Few more casts and BOOM. Another four. Needless to say, I have a new favorite topwater. My only complaint is that the metal used for the hooks is a bit on the soft side and was bent out after a third fish. Other than that, though, the bait is amazing. Great paint job(I believe my friend described it as "sexy") and detail. The painted split rings and feather treble are also nice. It has a subwalk-esque action on flouro.
From: Nicholas: Berkeley, CA