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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.
Shrimpy Bits 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. You can also checkout our brand new E-book:Saltwater anglers guide to fishing with bait which goes into detail on how to use shrimp, and how to rig it up.
If you liked our Shrimp Bits, check out our Salty Baits
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Squidy Bits are a unique bait that attracts a very wide variety of fish. Put these on the end of your buck-tail or jig head, or simply rig a tentacle on the hook. You can really get creative with these tentacles. Whether you are fishing from a boat, the surf, a pier, a jetty; whether it’s freshwater or saltwater, using Squidy Bits will surprise you every time! No need to freeze! Either keep it at room temperature or choose to refrigerate. A great bait to have in your tackle bag. Each pack of bait you buy will include a full set of an entire squids’ 8-10 tentacles.
HOW TO USE SQUIDY BITS?
Squidy Bits works great for both salt water and fresh water species of fish. It all depends on how you use the bait. Perfect for hook and sinker fishermen. Hook the bait on a high-low rig, a bottom rig, or simply drift it with split shot. It all depends on the structure you are fishing!
For those lure fishermen out there: the squid works phenomenally as a trailer. It is full of scent and moves very naturally in the water. Attach tentacles to a jig head, or a buck-tail jig and try jigging for some monsters!
Here is a list of the different species we KNOW bite the SQUIDY BITS.
- Striped Bass
- Black Sea Bass
- WIDE variety of rock fish species
- Red Drum
- Black Drum
- Wide variety of Florida baitfish
- Largemouth Bass
- Freshwater Panfish
- White Perch
- Tile Fish
- Offshore bottom fish
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