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Petey

stupid question?

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I noticed that even though the Storm Wild Eye shads swim with the hook pointed up, all of the fish I have caught lately have been hooked in the lower jaw. Now that I think of it that happens a lot of the time. How are the fish attacking bait so that they wind up hooked "upside down?" Does the bait twist in their mouth after biting? Jeez I realize this sounds pretty stupid.

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I would say that since bass size up their meal and eat head first, most likely the fish is turning over on the plud in order to inhle it. I bet the hook ups have been agressive, not slurps.

 

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