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Discussion in 'LOCAL OKLAHOMA TALK' started by Fish Dog, Apr 6, 2009.
Is it legal to use spoonbill eggs for bait in Oklahoma?
Don't know about being legal. But as high as they are per pound, I would sure not be using them. I'm not sure of the price this year. But 2 years ago here in Tn they were getting $68 per pound off the boats for them.
It is illeagal to sell any fish or fish parts here , unless you are licensed to do so....but you can use any fish or fish parts that YOU have caught for bait...
But you are still only allowed 1 spoon.
I have made the caviar ,, yuck salty fishy eggs...chicken eggs for me
As i should warn as long as the fish is legal to take from that water...
Like close to home fishing waters in okc , there is a NO black bass clause,,
You cant use them for bait.
You see where i am going with this
I agree with the yuck on fish eggs,I will use them for bait.
i like useing the eggs for bait they work great
How do you save the eggs to use at a later date?
What type of fish, do you usually catch using the eggs?
I STORE THEM IN OLD YOGURT CONTAINERS OR OTHER OLD FOOD CONTAINERS IN THE FREEZER. WE FISH THEM UNDER GAR WHEN THEIR SPAWNING.
TIE A REGULAR HOOK ON WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF LEFTOVER LINE TO WRAP
AROUND THE EGGS THAT YOU HAVE WOVEN ON THE HOOK. THAT IS ONE WAY TO TRY THEM.