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Atlas-Mike's® Sac Attack Imitation Egg Bait

   

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Orange

Orange

3/8"

10

Model:
41023
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 852626

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Red

3/8"

10

Model:
41026
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 852664

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Pink

3/8"

10

Model:
41025
  • $2.29

  • SKU: 852662

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Imitation eggs, great for fast water. 10 per bag.
Atlas-Mike's® Sac Attack Imitation Egg Bait 5 5 1 1
nice imitatiON I rarley use an artificial egg patter but I like to keep some around just in case and this stuff if the best I have seen for realism and buoyancy. October 17, 2013
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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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