Elite Series pro Brandon Palaniuk isn't convinced that snelling results in more bass hooked than not snelling. He's thought about this in length, and applies a surprising simple and insightful physics-based analysis, which leads him to believe a standard straight-line Palomar knot is a more effective hooker. But he's still not certain, and wants your input. Hit us up with your comments on our Wired2Fish YouTube Channel under the video. We're interested in your thoughts on the matter.
To Snell or Not to Snell Fishing Plastics - Brandon Palaniuk Weighs In
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