REAL BAIT. REAL TOUGH.
Small fish can’t rip this bait off. STOP spending so much time re-baiting your line and start spending more time actually fishing! Set the hook on the fish that count with Hey Skipper Salty Bits Bait! Our bait is tough, stays on the hook, and attracts fish with natural scent and flavor.
This is a classic bait that has been working for anglers all over the world for many years, and we are proud to continue the tradition.
Our bait is artisanally made by hand using our special salting technique. We have carefully and systematically created a process that beautifully preserves the bait so that it can sit in the open air without becoming stinky, smelly, mushy, squishy, or leaky. We are just a small business and we put extra time and care into creating the best bait possible. Every bag of bait you purchase is directly produced by Brendon & Erin, made and hand- packaged in Maryland, USA.
Here is a list of the different species we KNOW bite the SALTY BITS:
Striped Bass, Black Sea Bass, WIDE variety of rock fish species, Flounder, Halibut, Red Drum, Speckled Trout, Weakfish, Black Drum, Wide variety of Florida baitfish, Porgy/Scup, Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass, All species of Catfish, Carp, Freshwater Panfish, White & Yellow Perch, Grouper, Amberjack, Bonito, Tile Fish, Offshore bottom fish & MORE!
- To keep your bait as FRESH as possible:
- Keep out of direct sunlight when fishing
- Keep in the fridge for optimal storage
Bait will naturally vary in color and size
Bait is packaged with additional salt preservation mixture
The total weight of each package with salt mixture is about 12 oz.
If you liked our Shrimp Bits, check out our Squidy Bits
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Shrimpy Bits are successful for both saltwater and freshwater species of fish. It all depends on how you use the bait. Cut off a piece of shrimp that will easily fit in the mouth of the fish you are targeting. For fish such as pompano, trout, redfish, drum, whiting or other species, use a piece that is sized accordingly. Hook the bait on a high-low rig, a bottom rig, or simply drift it with split shot or a float. You can also checkout our brand new E-book: How To Use Shrimpy Bits which goes into detail on how to use shrimp, and how to rig it up.