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Storm 360GT Searchbait

PEARL ICE / 3 1/2"

Storm 360GT Searchbait PEARL ICE / 3 1/2"
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Product Description

The Storm 360GT Searchbait is the ultimate confidence lure that has been designed to fish anywhere by all skill levels. As a searchbait, it allows you to cover more water, uncovering more fish, but that is just the beginning. Once you locate fish, there’s no need to switch your presentation. The 360GT Searchbait has a natural swimming action, even at the slowest retrieve speeds, that fish can’t refuse. Fishing it couldn’t be easier, simply cast it out and reel it in with a steady retrieve. An exclusive VMC Coastal Black hook has a 60° line tie angle that keeps the bait swimming in the perfect position. A life-like rattling jig head and body fit precisely, with color patterns that perfectly match regional forage. The Storm 360GT Searchbait is a bonafide fish catcher that fishes circles around the competition.

  • Rattling, weighted, life-like jig head
  • Toe-in boot tail design; Exclusive VMC Coastal Black Nickel Hook
  • Upscale designs, finishes, and exclusive 3D holographic eyes
  • Easy-to-rig with entrance and exit holes indicated on lure body
  • Phthalate-free body
  • Contemporary, environmentally responsible trap-clam package

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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CHARTREUSE ICE
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
4
Price
$4.99
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GAGA
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
3
Price
$4.99
Color
HOT OLIVE
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
5+
Price
$4.99
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HOUDINI
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
1
Price
$4.99
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PEARL ICE
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
5
Price
$4.99
Color
SMELT
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
5+
Price
$4.99
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TRU BLUE
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
5+
Price
$4.99
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VOLUNTEER
LENGTH
3 1/2"
Stock
5+
Price
$4.99

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