FishLab Mad Eel – 7-1 – 2in – Pearl White - Review
The FishLab Mad Eel is a versatile bait that can be used in both inshore and coastal applications. It has a long, slender profile and a hard boot-tail that creates a kicking motion as it swims through the water. This action effectively mimics the movement of a small eel or baitfish and can attract predatory game fish.
The Mad Eel has a unique side-to-side rolling action and a lifelike kicking motion that displaces a significant amount of water. This combination of movements is sure to trigger the feeding instincts of any predator fish. Whether you're targeting striped bass, redfish, snook, tarpon, or other game fish, the Mad Eel is an excellent casting bait. Its slim and aerodynamic profile allows for long and accurate casts.
For boat fishermen, the Mad Eel's heavier weights make it ideal for jigging over wrecks and reefs. It is effective for targeting bottom fish such as grouper, as well as yellowtail and even small tuna. The Mad Eel is built around a specially designed jig hook that keeps fish securely hooked, even during intense runs and head shakes.
Each Mad Eel comes with one jig head and two bodies, providing anglers with options for different fishing situations. Whether you're fishing from the shore or from a boat, the FishLab Mad Eel is a reliable and effective bait for attracting a wide range of game fish.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How long is the FishLab Mad Eel?
A: The FishLab Mad Eel measures 2 inches in length.
Q: Can the FishLab Mad Eel be used in freshwater?
A: Yes, the FishLab Mad Eel can be used in both freshwater and saltwater environments.
Q: How many bodies are included with the FishLab Mad Eel?
A: Each Mad Eel comes with two bodies, providing you with options for different fishing situations.
Q: Is the FishLab Mad Eel suitable for jigging?
A: Yes, the Mad Eel's heavier weights make it ideal for jigging over wrecks and reefs.
Q: What fish species can be targeted with the FishLab Mad Eel?
A: The Mad Eel is effective for targeting a wide range of game fish, including striped bass, redfish, snook, tarpon, grouper, yellowtail, and small tuna.View Buying Options