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Discussion in 'Skipjack Herring' started by JEFFRODAMIS, Dec 14, 2009.
wondering how theyd do.....
i doubt a fish cares if it is native it is yummy
some people fish with hotdogs, and i have never caught one of them in a river or pond....
really?? ive caught ym limit before
I'd tend to believe this particular bait will work anywhere.
It will probably work to catch smaller fish. However, I am skeptical as to whether you can consistently catch bigger fish with skips when they are not native. JMO
If I have them I will use them if they are legal. Especially for blues.
The skipjack is a very oily bait fish and will attract fish from most waters. It would be my choice in most cases, especially with blues.
throw me a few in individual envelopes and mail em to me
I could get even with the post office that way:smile2: By the time they get there they will be dip bait:crazy:
no need for name callin :wink::tounge_out:
i think they will work great....i have used talopia heads hear on our home lake and they are also oily. so yes i think skipjack used on a lake with no skipjack in it will work very well
weii if you pay them good,they will work good.if you don't they get lazy.:big_smile:
i think they would do good.people use shrimp and do good on it where its not native.
I don't believe there are enough hotdogs in the universe for you to reach your limit:wink:
They are not native to Texoma and we have tour up the blues up to 40 lbs. on skips. A big oily piece of meat will work anywhere theres are blues.
this last spring I use the last:angry: of my frozen skips in a lake that does not have them. it took 2 small driffs to limit out on 4 to 12 lb channels :big_smile:,my nephew never used them before.I did not any left to give him some so he paid 3.75 per fishoooh: to get some skips from local bait shop. he caught fish all summer on frozen skipps in waters that do have them.:big_smile::big_smile::big_smile:
I agree on that 100%!:big_smile:
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No, they will not work.
We have caught blues up to 40 pounds on them at Tawak. I am sure they would catch bigger fish, I just have never had enough of them to figure that out.