The Storm Wildeye 55mm twitching nipper is so close to real life it’s not funny. When worked correctly you will have to look twice, but the fish won’t. They are often fished with weighted jig heads which assist them to sink and swim upright, providing the best action.
Try the 70mm Twitching Nipper when drifting over flats and drifting alongside made structure, like a breakwall. Cast the correctly- weighted nipper up in amongst the structure and bounce it down the face of the wall, much like a nipper or prawn as it darts about getting a feed.
This is a great soft plastic to work over the nipper beds at high tide during the day or night. Bream, whiting, flounder, flathead, and even mullet at times, can’t seem to resist them. You could also try dead-sticking them on the flats, or when it has reached the bottom. Get twitching to get a few for the tackle box!