Atlas® Mr. Trout Eggs

   

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Pink

1 oz.

Model:
75055
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 1197503

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Red

1 oz.

Model:
75056
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 487438

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Yellow

1 oz.

Model:
75054
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  • SKU: 1050769

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Orange

1 oz.

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75053
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  • SKU: 1050775

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Big trout crave juicy salmon eggs!

These premium quality salmon eggs are put through a special sugar curing process which produces a soft centered egg with excellent milking action that massive trout just can't resist! Atlas® Mr. Trout Eggs are consistently productive in both lakes and streams. Size: 1 oz. jar.

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good but not the best I bought these eggs and yes they do work but i got very small trout on me and i had some pautzke balls o fire and i got massive salmon and trout so if you wanna catch, either will do but for bigger ones these arent the best August 13, 2012
Trout Eggs I have been fishing since I was 4 years old and these are the best trout eggs I have ever used... It is a great product. June 16, 2012
Great product Atlas's pre-made baits are always a bit too big, so I picked up a few jars of these and found that they work pretty well. If you're running smaller wire hooks they stay on much longer, sometimes until you either hook into a fish or until you take them off yourself. I've actually used 3-4 in some spawn sacs for Steelhead and they've worked that way as well. The only downside is that sometimes they get stuck to eachother inside the jar and you've gotta toss a clump of 10 or so in the garbage because they won't come apart. Overall good product. September 2, 2011
trout eggs I would recommend these eggs which are better quality than the other eggs. When there in the water they start to milk and drive the trout into a feeding frenzy. Also since they're better quality eggs they stay on the hook longer. Its worth it to pay a couple dollars more for the quality. Ive used this with a combination with marshmallows, worms, or by themselves and have gotten good results for trout October 18, 2010
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you don't need alot of them because they wont come of the hook unless you do it with your hand.
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Quite a long time, they're preserved...so months.
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