|Material Type||Solid ABS Plastic + High Carbon Steel|
|Package Dimensions||25.15 x 6.6 x 1.52 cm; 68 Grams|
Scotamalone Fishing Lures Bass Trout Lures, 6 Segment, Tackle 6# High Carbon Steel Anchor Hook, Lifelike Multi Jointed Artificial Swimbait, Hight Quality Hard Bait, 4Inches/0.68Oz
|Price:||+ S$7.41 Delivery|
- 🐟 Brand: Scotamalone. 6-segment multi-jointed body enable the hard fishing bait create life-like swimming action in water. Easy to catch any big fish when they strike the lure.
- 🐟 Material: Durable and Solid ABS plastic with 2 sharp carbon steel hooks, odor free and environmentally friendly.
- 🐟Using strong fabric to joint the fish, pulling force up to 16kg. Weight: 0.68oz/19g；Length: 4inch / 10cm
- 🐟 Widely targeting at predator fishes such as bass, yellow perch, walleye, pike, muskie, roach, trout and so on. Suitable for seawater and freshwater.
- 🐟 Package Includes: 2 × Solid ABS hard fishing lures.
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Scotamalone Fishing Lure - 6-segment Swimming Bait
The Hook Is Extremely Sharp. Please Take Care
Length: 4 inch / 10 cm
Weight: 0.68 oz / 19 g
Package weight: 2.18 oz / 62 g
Body: Solid ABS Plastic
Hooks: High Carbon Steel
Bass, Trout, Yellow perch, Walleye, Pike, Roach, Muskie and so on.
2 × Solid Scotamalone hard fishing lures
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Reviewed in the United States on 4 September 2018