Spawn sack netting for soft baits

Discussion in 'Homemade baits' started by rgaedke, Sep 7, 2006.

  1. rgaedke

    rgaedke New Member

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    I have used one of these for a while. About anything you can think of that doesn't stay on a hook well can be tied in these. Grind up your secret recipe and tie it up in a sack. You can get different colors of netting and also add colored floaters to the bag. Works great for liver. Tie a bunch up at home and put them back in the liver tub. Easy to use right on the shore or boat and gives you something to do when the bite is slow.
     
  2. Dmitri

    Dmitri New Member

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    Looks interesting reps to you, brother. It may cost some more money, but it seems that it would work much better than pantyhose
     

  3. Itch2Scratch

    Itch2Scratch New Member

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    Adding a miniature marshmallow or two will float it off the bottom also if you don't have the floaters. We used that trick on the King Salmon.:wink:
     
  4. rgaedke

    rgaedke New Member

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    what makes it nice is the stainless steel tool that holds the sack so you can get it tight and tie it off. You can also heat seal the mesh with a lighter instead of using thread to tie them. the thread that comes with it is elastic. you wind it around the sack a few times and pull it tight. no need to tie a knot.