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hi thinking of getting the sidewinder sand eel i can see how they are going to move great through the water and realistic. The only problem i can see is that due to the tail been so far up the body no people not find that the bass only nibble the table and not take the hook ? As in my experience at least 90% of my bass get hooked on the trailing hook.:wacko:
 

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hi thinking of getting the sidewinder sand eel i can see how they are going to move great through the water and realistic. The only problem i can see is that due to the tail been so far up the body no people not find that the bass only nibble the table and not take the hook ? As in my experience at least 90% of my bass get hooked on the trailing hook.:wacko:

If the bass nibble the table then you have a problem?:bangin::whistling
 

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If the bass nibble the table then you have a problem?:bangin::whistling
Best place for a bass is on the table. Pollack sometimes mouth a redgill very gentley before taking it properly,try not to stop when you feel a nibble keep retrieving at the same speed and it might result in a proper take.
 

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basically is i worth having the increase attraction over the decrease in successful takes. and why have suppliers not caught on to this and put a second hook on tail:unsure:
 
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