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Topic: Salmon carcass for bait  (Read 119 times)

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yakyakyak

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I have some salmon left over carcass (head, skins, belly, etc) that I am planning to use as bait.

Do they work for any particular species other than shark and crabs?  'love to hear your inputs.  Thanks!
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My input:

Unless the meat is spoiled for some reason, EAT IT!!! The belly, collars, and skin are some of the tastiest parts. Fatty and delicious.


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My input:

Unless the meat is spoiled for some reason, EAT IT!!! The belly, collars, and skin are some of the tastiest parts. Fatty and delicious.


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No argument there, we picked out everything we can (not just the sushi grade parts).  These are some itsy bitsy stuff that I don't want to throw away, i want to use it all  :smt001  I am sure something will follow salmon scent, but the question is what and is it effective?
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I have some salmon left over carcass (head, skins, belly, etc) that I am planning to use as bait.

Do they work for any particular species other than shark and crabs?  'love to hear your inputs.  Thanks!

Nope. Mainly use for crabs.
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Lingcod, but mostly salmon belliesor salmon pieces are great for pacific halibut
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I've used little pieces of salmon to catch sand dabs.  It stays on really well and the dabs like it.

Then again, dabs like just about anything.
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