27 02, 2012

Freezing Spawn Sacks


By Brian Kelly | 02/27/2012 In the Great Lakes tying eggs into spawn sacs is the preferred method when steelhead fishing. Not only does the mesh hold the eggs together for a longer period than the use of cut skein, it also imparts another color dynamic that straight eggs alone can’t match. Pretty much anyone [...]

Freezing Spawn Sacks2018-04-18T19:08:52-07:00
21 02, 2012

Krill Paste Diversion – Making Krill Paste for your Hardware and Soft Plastics


By Duane Inglin | 02/21/2012 Traveling the Pacific Northwest sportsman show circuit and performing my bait curing seminars at The Pautzke Bait Lab I'm asked time and time again; why don't you guys have the Pautzke's Gel Krill anymore? I miss it, too. Nevertheless, we don't make it anymore and unless someone can convince owner [...]

Krill Paste Diversion – Making Krill Paste for your Hardware and Soft Plastics2018-04-18T19:08:53-07:00
17 02, 2012

Storing Fire Brine Eggs


By Ben See | 02/17/2012 Editor's Note: The following is an excerpt from a recent "Ask A Mixologist" transcription. We turned it into a Fire Blog due to the amount of questions we receive on this subject. Question: I was reading Ben See's report about Fire Brining single eggs. After they are cured how long [...]

Storing Fire Brine Eggs2018-04-18T19:08:54-07:00