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Glenn: Hey, folks. Glenn May here with BassResource.com, and I'm here with Mads. We're at the Savage Gear booth with some brand-new stuff. What have you got for us, man? Matt: I've got some pretty crazy stuff this year. This is our new 3D Bat, just won best new hot lure of the show. So, that was really cool. Glenn: That's really interesting looking. Matt: It's crazy. We had the Suicide Duck last year, and it was very popular, and a lot of people want us to follow-up with a topwater bait, and I always wanted to make a crawler, like a crazy crawler. So, when I saw a bat swimming in the swimming pool, I just realized, "This is what we gotta do." So, I went ahead and scanned a bat, which was not easy, put the wings on it, and it was just perfect action right there. So, really fun bait, comes in three sizes. There's a 3 inch, a 4 inch, and a 5 inch. The 4 and the 5 inch is gonna hit the general market very soon, and we've got the small one, that would be with Dick's as an exclusive for the first year. Glenn: Dick's Sporting Goods? Matt: That's right. Glenn: So, that's really cool looking, how does that look in the water? Mads: Well, the action here in the water is, well, you'll see.
It's kinda hard to explain, but it just crawls, as you can see, fantastic swimming, and you can hear how the wings are plopping in the water. And it just calls in the big bass, they just love to hit that thing. You can fish it fast, or you can fish it slow, quite easy to adjust the wings, and two exposed treble hooks. So, that gives you a fairly good hook-up rate on these crazy topwater explosions here. So, all in all, just a super fun bait to fish with. Glenn: That creates a lot of commotion on the water. Mads: It does. It's one of those days when they really want something crazy on the top to get them up, that's when you wanna throw the bat. Glenn: All right, perfect. Wow. That is awesome. Mads: It's a fun bait. Glenn: Does it come in any other colors? Mads: Yeah, we have a black one, an all-black one, this is the brown one, and then there's a gray bat as well. So, you cover pretty much all the natural colors on those three. Glenn: Three different sizes, three different colors. Mads: That's right. And it's on the market very, very soon. Glenn: Got it.
Very cool. What else do we have here? Mads: It is a little crazy. Glenn: Coming from you, that's a statement. Mads: So, you know, the interest for the Duck last year was just so big. So, we had to make a bass lure out of it. A weedless, hollow body duckling. So, this is the Fruck. You can say this is, you call this kind of bait a Frog. So, we paired a frog with a duck, and that gave us the Fruck. Glenn: Interesting name. Mads: It's kind of the... The whole... It just, you know, it was a little hilarious when we then painted the little duckling in a frog color. Glenn: Looks like it, yeah. Mads: Yeah, and that really turned a lot of heads. So, two sizes again. We got the 4 inch and the little 3 inch, here. And what's cool about it is it's not a silicone-skirted topwater lure. It has really silicone legs instead. So, as you can see, that really looks amazingly lifelike and realistic, all the little details. The silk print on the silicone legs here. And, the good thing about having a bigger, hollow-body bait is that you can cast really
far, and you make some commotion on the water, and you'll call in the bigger fish on the big size. And the way it's designed, as you can see, it has incredible walk from side to side. Glenn: That's like full, like 90 degree, 180 degree swings there. Mads: That thing just pops like that, but you can also just straight-line it, and just make those small taps. So, you got very great action on this lure and this small one. Glenn: Can you walk the Fruck? Mads: You can walk the Fruck, that's funny. "Let's go walk the Fruck." So, that's the Fruck lure this year. This really has caught a lot of attention here at ICAST. So, it's gonna be a lot of fun to fish with. Glenn: That's awesome. And then, are these just big fish baits? Mads: No, this is, I mean, this is a regular size. You can see that's a small size. You can catch snakehead, bass, anything on that. So, the big one, of course, I like to use that because you're gonna sort out the bigger fish on it. Glenn: So, it looks like, anywhere I would throw a frog, this would be an option to throw.
Mads: Definitely, definitely. Glenn: Very cool. What else do we have here? Mads: A lot of people, they loved our Bluegill, the Line-Thru Bluegill. So, we decided to also have a smaller one, a Finesse Bluegill. So, a tiny one, as you can see, this is only 4 inches long, and that's the challenge, to get that realistic swimming action on that bait. And it comes with a J-hook on top, and then you can have the treble hook on the belly that's removable, but you gotta see what this does in the water. That's really incredible. Glenn: That's amazing. Matt: You have such a small swim bait with that really realistic profile, and you just retrieve that straight, make a few spin stops, and they just hit it. They really think that's a bluegill right there. Glenn: Well, it really looks like a bluegill. Mads: Yup. So, again, now we have three sizes. We have the 6 inch, the 5 inch, and this is the new baby, the 4 inch, in three colors. Glenn: Wow, you've been busy, a lot of incredible new designs, stuff you just don't see anywhere else at all. I love the way your mind thinks. Mads: Well, thank you.
And we love the way the American Anglers, they just love what we do, and they're very interested in some of these crazy stuff, and they're not afraid of trying new baits. Glenn: Thank you very much for your time, Matt. I appreciate it. Mads: Good to see you again. Glenn: All right.
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