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Atlas-Mike's Sac Attack Imitation Cluster Eggs - Orange

Orange/Glitter

10

Model:
41023

Length:
3/8"
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 852626

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Atlas-Mike's Sac Attack Imitation Cluster Eggs - Red

Red/Glitter

10

Model:
41026

Length:
3/8"
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 852664

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Atlas-Mike's Sac Attack Imitation Cluster Eggs - Pink

Pink/Glitter

10

Model:
41025

Length:
3/8"
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 852662

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When fresh spawn isn't available, Atlas-Mike’s® Sac Attack Imitation Cluster Eggs will get you the bites you need. In fact, some anglers prefer these over the real thing, especially when current, nuisance fish, or egg conditions won't allow your bait to stay in place. These plastic clusters are great for drift fishing for steelhead, salmon or trout, and extremely easy to use. Simply push a single hook through the egg cluster, and run your weight 18" to 24" up the line.

  • Plastic cluster eggs
  • Often preferred over the real thing
  • Easy to use
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figuring that salmon and steelhead run up a river to spawn you probably don't want to. but if fishing for fish like flounder than you can probably use it since they eat just about anything.
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Ideal for fishing in fast moving water conditions. Yes, you should be able to use for saltwater.
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