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Fish On Lures

SPINE EEL soft plastic lures are made with a patented "internal mesh backbone". The backbone is shown in a cross sectional view to the right. The backbone is made of a special polymer which is very strong yet flexible.

The soft plastic body of the SPINE EEL is injection molded around the backbone. The backbone makes the lure extremely tear resistant and prevents the hook from being pulled out of the lure.

Lures can be used for hundreds of casts, many hours and dozens of fish without replacement.

Great for surf fishing, trolling or jigging. Originally designed for Striped Bass fishing, these soft plastic baits are great for Cobia, Bluefish, Tarpon, Musky, Largemouth Bass or other saltwater and freshwater gamefish

The SPINE EEL is a soft plastic bait which looks and swims like a live eel. The unweighted SPINE EEL is 10" long and was designed and developed by fisherman and originally used in Massachusetts on Buzzard’s Bay, Cape Cod, the Cape Cod Canal and the Elizabeth Islands.

The SPINE EEL's strength is provided by the backbone which allows for a segmented soft plastic body. The thinned areas of the segmented body produce extreme flexibility and lifelike swimming action with the slightest twitch.

The patented SPINE EEL lures are available rigged with a 1/2 ounce or a 1 ounce bullet weight and barrel swivel for fishing in deeper water. The bullet weight is made of environmentally friendly steel and coated with baked-on black or red paint.

The patented lures are an essential artificial bait for every surf fisherman’s tackle box. This soft plastic eel lure is quickly becoming a favorite gamefish lure selling from Maine to Florida as well as on the West Coast, Hawaii and Australia.

Add a few SPINE EELs to your soft plastic fishing lure collection or give as a great gift for your favorite angler.

Fish On Lures
22 Upland Way
Mattapoisett Massachusetts
(508) 758-6927

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