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Atlas® Floating Spawn Sacs

   

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Length
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Pink

Pink

5/8"

6

Model:
62005
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 671025

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Orange

Orange

5/8"

6

Model:
62003
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 671023

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Red

Red

5/8"

6

Model:
62006
  • $4.69

  • SKU: 671024

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  • Soft textured eggs
  • Natural Flotation
  • Hand-tied; great on drift rigs
Soft textured eggs with natural flotation. Hand-tied; great on drift rigs.

Trout and salmon anglers have relied on Atlas spawn products for more than 70 years. Every jar starts with the finest eggs that Mother Nature can supply, processed to deliver optimum texture and milking ability. Result: great days on the water!
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floating egg sacs These are tied well and do float good too thanks to the colored foam balls mixed in with the eggs. November 12, 2014
Looked real Spawn bag looked real and held up better than real spawn. December 12, 2013
Purchase if you don't feel like tying your own Among the many jars of eggs I've purchsed, these seemed to be a bit lacking when it came to quality. I had a few unravel after 2-3 casts, and they are a bit big for my liking. May be good for larger fish further up north but here in VT we use dime sized sacs, and these are about quarter sized. Good idea putting a floating orange foam ball in the sacs to make them float though. September 2, 2011
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How do you rig the sacs?

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What type and size hooks do you use and how do you rig the sacs?
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the bait is like playdoh so role it in a ball and place on hook and role in ball
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When I fish spawn sacs for trout in Montana, I usually rig them on a three way swivel.
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