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Savage Gear 3D Fishing Lures: Duck, Trout, Bluegill & More EXPIRED

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OkumaFishingUSA.com has select Savage Gear 3D Fishing Lures on sale for $5 each with a minimum purchase quantity of 5 lures = 5 for $25. Shipping is $9.99. Thanks sinkingfeeling

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Shipping was $9.99 for me for 9 lures/bait. These normally go for $12 or more. I've been wanting to try these out but they're very expensive. At about $6 including shipping, I can finally try these out. I believe California residents are taxed, not sure about other states.

They have trout, bluegill, baby bass, bat, duck, gizzard shad, prop pike and other items on closeout.


Something to note: the site is a bit odd on mobile. Not sure if it's the same on desktop. To add the item, scroll down and click on the plus sign of Models, then you add using the add button. There are some that float, sink, or slow sink. It's in the description. Oddly it doesn't show you the photos next to the add button, so you'll have to kind of guess which ones they are. You can see them at checkout, though.

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There are going to be a ton of old men here telling you that the AliExpress knockoff of these are terrible and to buy the legit ones. I am going to tell you the complete opposite. I've bought about $200 worth of fishing lures off AliExpress and I've bought these legit ones in retail stores. They're the same. As long as you find the correct length, color and weight. They're identical.

Like any lures; not all of them have the same exact movement in the water. A few are duds and need to be swapped out. Had this happen with china and legit vendors. They all have their crap made in China anyway.

the prop pike is basically a whopper plopper and there are tons of these knockoffs with better motion. The 3D bluegill is terrible, very bad motion as is the thru trout. Go with the 5-6 jointed versions from AliExpress over them. They're under $3 ea shipped and moves lot better. Love catching baitfish on them as they seem to attract everything. I've never sent it out without watching a tonof baitfish following it all the way back to me. It attracts as well as a spinner.

I won't link direct to vendors since I don't want to be called a shill. You'll figure it out.



With ALL of that being said; these are solidly priced if you ignore shipping costs. Very high shipping cost for what you're having shipped.
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why would I want to use a mallard as a fishing lure
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Thanks, just ordered 5 for $35 shipped.

Overall, reviews on these seem decent. I went with the swimbait style lures. Just starting to use swimbaits and not looking to spend $50+ of some of these lures.
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I got 8 and a new Azores reel Smilie
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There are going to be a ton of old men here telling you that the AliExpress knockoff of these are terrible and to buy the legit ones. I am going to tell you the complete opposite. I've bought about $200 worth of fishing lures off AliExpress and I've bought these legit ones in retail stores. They're the same. As long as you find the correct length, color and weight. They're identical.

Like any lures; not all of them have the same exact movement in the water. A few are duds and need to be swapped out. Had this happen with china and legit vendors. They all have their crap made in China anyway.

the prop pike is basically a whopper plopper and there are tons of these knockoffs with better motion. The 3D bluegill is terrible, very bad motion as is the thru trout. Go with the 5-6 jointed versions from AliExpress over them. They're under $3 ea shipped and moves lot better. Love catching baitfish on them as they seem to attract everything. I've never sent it out without watching a tonof baitfish following it all the way back to me. It attracts as well as a spinner.

I won't link direct to vendors since I don't want to be called a shill. You'll figure it out.



With ALL of that being said; these are solidly priced if you ignore shipping costs. Very high shipping cost for what you're having shipped.
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There are going to be a ton of old men here telling you that the AliExpress knockoff of these are terrible and to buy the legit ones. I am going to tell you the complete opposite. I've bought about $200 worth of fishing lures off AliExpress and I've bought these legit ones in retail stores. They're the same. As long as you find the correct length, color and weight. They're identical.

Like any lures; not all of them have the same exact movement in the water. A few are duds and need to be swapped out. Had this happen with china and legit vendors. They all have their crap made in China anyway.

the prop pike is basically a whopper plopper and there are tons of these knockoffs with better motion. The 3D bluegill is terrible, very bad motion as is the thru trout. Go with the 5-6 jointed versions from AliExpress over them. They're under $3 ea shipped and moves lot better. Love catching baitfish on them as they seem to attract everything. I've never sent it out without watching a tonof baitfish following it all the way back to me. It attracts as well as a spinner.

I won't link direct to vendors since I don't want to be called a shill. You'll figure it out.



With ALL of that being said; these are solidly priced if you ignore shipping costs. Very high shipping cost for what you're having shipped.
Yup, I completely agree with you on made in China is made in China. I don't use Ali but I do buy from fleabay frequently and compare products and most often they make very comparable products. You're basically paying less and waiting significantly longer. Patience pays off sometimes. However I have yet to find a big swim bait like these 10" trout or baby bass. They're usually about half the size. Some of them are laughably small and aren't practical. Personally I was looking for big swimbaits for muskies so I mostly bought the trout ones, which is exactly what they feed on.

I did try out some of those 7 segmented swim baits and those are fantastic and they're about a couple of bucks shipped. Again, smaller than the ones you get in the states but they work well and they're cheap.
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Take my money now! I grabbed the bigger swim/glide baits. I heard the bat is fragile don't waste your money even at $5.
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why would I want to use a mallard as a fishing lure
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Big bass are known to eat small birds, like mallards. Youtube has a lot of videos demonstrating that and the lure's effectiveness.
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Upvote for fishing but these aren't very good IMO.
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Would a big bass bite on a 6" duck?
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Agree, these would never be in my boat for tournament fishing. This is something you but on a whim to play with it when you are bored. I don't know one pro angler I've watched that's ever used this or try into market it. Watch the professionals in FLW, Bassmaster, or MLF ... Not one use it! Just got to YouTube and watch the pros! They don't use ducks, bats, etc.
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just replace the cheap hooks when you get them and they are good to go.
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oh shit that's a big bass
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Agree, these would never be in my boat for tournament fishing. This is something you but on a whim to play with it when you are bored. I don't know one pro angler I've watched that's ever used this or try into market it. Watch the professionals in FLW, Bassmaster, or MLF ... Not one use it! Just got to YouTube and watch the pros! They don't use ducks, bats, etc.
Sure, the duck, bat, etc. are gimmicky. Maybe better for musky, but not really great for bass.

But anyway, the trout and bluegill swimbaits look good. If they swim well, than they are certainly worthy of throwing for big bass.
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