Shrimpy Bits Mega Box
Our newest experiment in our salted bait line! These shrimp are the perfect size to put on a hook whole or cut up for smaller fish. Stop dealing with messy, mushy, stinky, frozen shrimp and try our freshly preserved salted shrimps for a great day of fishing! These shrimps are tough as nails and one piece will last for multiple fish.
These are mess-free shrimp that we hand-salted in a special dry brine mixture. All the natural scents of a real shrimp are preserved within this dry salted version. As soon as the shrimp hits the water, it starts to take in moisture again and releases a cloud of shrimp scent! Each pack will come with 25-50 fresh salted shrimps in our special salt mixture.
STOP spending so much time re-baiting your line and start spending more time actually fishing! These shrimp are freshly preserved fishing bait, made and hand- packaged in Maryland, USA. This bait is TOUGH and difficult for fish to steal. These shrimp are better than their frozen counterparts because frozen shrimp get mushy and fall off the hook. Our bait is tough, stays on the hook, and still 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.
To keep your bait as FRESH as possible:
- Keep out of direct sunlight when fishing
- Keep in fridge for regular storage
- Keep in freezer for long term storage
Shrimps will naturally vary in color, and size. Bait is packaged with additional salt preservation mixture. Total weight of each package with salt mixture is about 12 oz.
HOW TO USE SALTED SHRIMP:
Salted Shrimp work great 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.
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