Has anyone tried this?
Is this believable??
MobyYack wrote:There is a company called uncle Josh that used to sell pork rind strips but I think they went out of business. John Skinner who is a big bucktail fan seems to think that there is a trick for flounder and fluke. you can make your own strips if you find fatback in the grocery store
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Yaklash wrote:This is funny to me. First because he adds the bacon to a lure that, on its own, should catch flounder just fine.
Second, he probably reduces his hook-up rate ten-fold by having such long pieces of it hanging off of the jig's hook. Just a pinch will do, if the bacon is indeed what is attracting the flounder.
Third, A gulp trailer will catch more fish/last longer and is at least as effective, probably more effective
Fourth, do you realize how many pounds of frozen dead shrimp (a tried and true method of "tipping" a jig to make it irresistible to flounder) I could buy for the cost of that bacon???
To sum it up, this is funny and was entertaining to watch, but you are better off tipping your jig hook with dead shrimp or a Gulp swimming mullet or trailer.
kickingback wrote:C'mon guys, how many of you use "chicken" to catch crabs?! How about hot dogs for catfish?!
kickingback wrote: I use the belly meat off flounder I catch for use on my following trips. I have found flounder are attracted to eat their own belly meat when tipped on a bucktail jig. I can get bites sometimes from just a bucktail jig but we all know adding a Gulp or tipping it with live bait and dead works.
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