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Watched One of Henry,s prog,s yesterday
where he is using a very life like looking
Artificial Sandeel for deep spinning
off the rocks.
However,he never mentions the name of the product.
So with Portland Bill calling me to it,I thought id try and get some
or a suitable equivelent jelly.
Gis a shout if you have any links I could look at.
cheers
Gaz :)
 

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Watched One of Henry,s prog,s yesterday
where he is using a very life like looking
Artificial Sandeel for deep spinning
off the rocks.
However,he never mentions the name of the product.
So with Portland Bill calling me to it,I thought id try and get some
or a suitable equivelent jelly.
Gis a shout if you have any links I could look at.
cheers
Gaz :)
Was it the episode about spinning with artificial lures ??
 

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didnt see any lures being used.
Just artificial jellies,fire tail type
but the ones I liked were the sandeel looking ones.
The boys were deep spinning for Pollack and did
have some success.

Gaz :)
 

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didnt see any lures being used.
Just artificial jellies,fire tail type
but the ones I liked were the sandeel looking ones.
The boys were deep spinning for Pollack and did
have some success.

Gaz :)
I think if its the episode that I saw it was real sandeels lol Ammo ones to be exact but Henry justified it by saying that he was spinning with them not just using them as bait lolol
 

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I bought some artificial holographic sand eels from D W Rigs (pendine-dave on eBay) a while back. They were made by Tempest and looked pretty realistic. I don't see them on Dave's site at present, but you could email him to see if he has some in stock.

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didnt see any lures being used.
Just artificial jellies,fire tail type
but the ones I liked were the sandeel looking ones.
The boys were deep spinning for Pollack and did
have some success.

Gaz :)
i know the program u r on about m8t i seen it 2, henry ended up nicking del's
last jelly eel??
i got some yesterday from my local tackle shop:)
 

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cheers for the piccy Bill.....they dont look quite so appertising do they.
still we aint Pollack............nuff said...lol
Thanks for the PM mate.....I shall look into gettin some
and tryin em down at Portland.
Aint we daft............lol
I just started thinking about using em in a couple of weeks
and im sitting here gettin all excited.
Wos us anglers like.....hehe
Broken branch...bit O line...bent pin...and a wiggly worm
and were anybodys.....lolol
cheers for ya help mate.

Gaz :clap3:
 

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Gaz m8 seriously get some frozen sandeels and thread the hook in through the mouth anbring it out about half way down through the back, use bait elastic to bind it onto the hook and line. Put a large split shot on the line at the head end and just use it the same way you would with a lure the weight allows you to cast it and bounce it along like a lure and you have the bonus of it putting smell into the water. The pollock / bass won't know whats hit em lol:clap3:
 

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I believe Henry used the storm sandeels as previously mentioned.........I used them in Ireland last year and they outfished everything. We caught pollack on just about any lure/bait you can imagine but the clear winner was the Storm eels - they were much cheaper across there as well!!!
 

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the storm eel in natural colour really are good. used deep spinning as you would a frozen eel. i always have a packet in my bag for when my frozen runs out.

we have had loads of pollock on them.

there size feel and movement are brilliant.
 

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Storm jellies it is then............and some frozen ones for scent.

Job done.............
thanx for the advice fellers.
will let you know in due course how I get on.
cheers
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the storm eel in natural colour really are good. used deep spinning as you would a frozen eel. i always have a packet in my bag for when my frozen runs out.

we have had loads of pollock on them.

there size feel and movement are brilliant.
I have tried them during a trip when plenty of fish were caught...not a touch! Watching them coming throught the water, they don't look right - there seem to be very little action on them compared to jellyworms.:g:
 

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in case theres any confusion... i actually used.

veals. storm wildeye sandeels in natural colour and the small 4in ones

looking at the range they lots of different storm lures.
 

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cheers for the piccy Bill.....they dont look quite so appertising do they.
still we aint Pollack............nuff said...lol
Thanks for the PM mate.....I shall look into gettin some
and tryin em down at Portland.
Aint we daft............lol
I just started thinking about using em in a couple of weeks
and im sitting here gettin all excited.
Wos us anglers like.....hehe
Broken branch...bit O line...bent pin...and a wiggly worm
and were anybodys.....lolol
cheers for ya help mate.

Gaz :clap3:
no worries m8t:) i have heard the pollock go daft 4 theese.
i also take frozen sandeel & jelly worms. black seem 2 work better
 
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