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    Default Yes or No: Mold on your salmon egg bait

    What do you guys think? Would you pitch these salmon eggs in the river as bait or pitch them in the trash?

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    Default Who knows...

    ... you might just encounter a fish with a taste for aged food.

    I'd say they are too far gone to use for now, but you could freeze them and save them ice fishing. Maybe even chumming some time down the line.

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    Even the fish in the river will be barfing when they smell that crap. Chuck it in the garbage and cough up $5 on some fresh stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larsenvega View Post
    Even the fish in the river will be barfing when they smell that crap. Chuck it in the garbage and cough up $5 on some fresh stuff.
    Well put!

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    Default Or...

    ... fish for halibut with them.

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    Default More moldy roe

    I'm referring to a batch of roe that my buddy made up recently, but some of the roe molded over despite being only a few weeks old. He says they look good and stay on the hook all day long. However, he fished with them for 2 days on the Little Su this weekend and got blanked. He suggested that I try using them, but I think I will spend the $5 and get some extra roe in case his roe doesn't work.

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