Crafted individually and by hand, the single-jointed Tylures Soft Glide 8” produces a super-smooth "S-shaped" swimming action that big bass love. Keep it on the surface with a steady retrieve or count it down and let it sink slowly to the desired depth, the durable jointing on the Tylures Soft Glide 8” allows it to carve through the water with a mesmerizing action.

Incredibly realistic, the Tylures Soft Glide features a lifelike profile complete with tail, pelvic, and pectoral fins all made from a soft, rubber material. Its protective rubber finish also gives it a realistic texture that stands up to abuse from big bass. Constructed using only the highest quality components, the Tylures Soft Glide 8” is built with premium split rings, razor-sharp treble hooks, and top-notch hook hangers. Complete with an amazing paint job, the Tylures Soft Glide 8” has a look, feel, and action that anglers and bass will both enjoy.

Ty Lures  Length Weight Class
Soft Glide 8" 3-1/3oz Slow-sinking

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Customer Reviews

Comments: THANK YOU... TYLURE...!!! Personally landed my biggest bass ever on the 8" soft glide trout pattern in ss. Slow rolled paralleled along shore and picked up my PB. Not saying where, just saying it pics up the big un's...!!!

From: Lucas: LA, CA 9/5/14

Comments: Got this bait and decided to try it out since its new to the market. It got attention of nearby fish with lots of follows, however the bait started falling apart, fins came off. This happened all on the 1st day of trying it out. Gave it back to Tyler and he gave me another. Same thing happened, fins fell off, eye came out, all on the 1st use of the new bait. Very disappointed

From: Mark: LBC 8/3/14

Comments: Great bait. You'll see a lot of people knocking the baits for floating when its supposed to be a ROF1. You cant call yourself a real swimbait guy and not have the brainpower to tweak that lure so it sinks. Its not rocket science. All in all you can love or hate Ty Lures, but ill always have a few in my bag.

From: Jake: CA 7/1/14

Comments: Took one of these with me on a recent dream trip up the coast of California. Fished from Lake Casitas all the way to famous Clear Lake. I must say this bait made my trip by providing me multiple fish of a lifetime including my personal best, a 13.3 lber. The action is phenomenal and it has held up better than I had expected since it is somewhat soft. I highly recommend this bait to anyoe who knows how to throw swimbaits. A+

From: Bill: San Diego, CA 6/14/14

Comments: Thought I would get the soft glide as a good start out glider. Terrible decision, first of all it didnt slow sink, it floated. It has such a short choppy glide, when you can get it to glide. It doesn't glide with a reel cadance and if you pop the rod tip to hard it fouls. Lame bait, save up a little more and get a good glider.

From: Randall: Sacramento, CA 4/19/14

Comments: This lure sucks! I got one at bass-a-thon and the coating is peeling off already and I got this 11/13 so in 4 months its ruined! I was warned that is sucked and gave it a chance don't make a mistake. Get a huddleston that actually can do work and save your money!

From: Jorge: East County, CA 3/29/14

Comments: Quickly becoming my go to glide bait. Well worth $40.

From: Craig: Atl, GA

Comments: Just picked one up and must say I was impressed with the concept of a soft coating on a hard bait. Took it out earlier today and was even more impressed with the action. Plus it provided two good size bass on its first outing and didn't get damaged at all. Will pick up a few more before my next outing. Good price compared to the other glide baits out there.

From: Charlie: Burbank,CA

Comments: Bought the  Rainbow Light Green Back. Took it out 11/2/13.. This Lure plain sucks. Looks Cheaply made. Its a slow sinker but didnt sink 1 bit. I wouldnt take this lure if they tried to give me one for free. Def not worth $40 dont waste your time/money. They were biting different types of swimbaits today. just not this one.

From: Big: hayward ca

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