Anglers have enjoyed the incredible drawing power of Berkley®'s PowerBait® Power Eggs® Eggs for years, and now they can enjoy the same proven fish-catching formula and performance in a bigger size for larger trout and salmon. Perfectly sized for smaller hooks and lures, these tasty floating magnum eggs make an excellent choice for light tackle rigging or finesse presentations. Buoyant enough to float a size #10 hook, the PowerBait Floating Magnum Eggs stay secure on the hook and won't dry out. Plus, the PowerBait scent and flavor draws fish from a distance, giving you a powerful advantage!
Proven fish-catching formula and performance
Perfectly sized for smaller hooks and lures
Buoyant enough to float a size #10 hook
Excellent choice for light tackle rigging or finesse presentations
PowerBait scent and flavor draws fish from a distance
Berkley® PowerBait® Magnum Floating Power Eggs®
My go to trout bait
I have been using Power Eggs for many years since switching from the much messier dough bait. These seem to work just as well as the dough baits, if not better in some situations. I do usually add some sort of scent attractant but I have caught fish without anything added too. They will usually last through several fish which saves time and money not having to bait again after each fish. Another advantage is that I can use these with a single salmon egg hook which makes unhooking deeply hooked fish much easier.
Their effectiveness, ease of use and durability really make these a pleasure to fish with and that is why Power Eggs are my "go to" trout bait.
July 25, 2012
Mountain Trout lake I have been fishing in, in New Mexico for 32 yrs was real bad this year. Read the reviews and decided to buy. What a difference. Caught my limit in an hour. Love how it kind of mimics dragonfly nymphs and stays on the hook for use again. Used the Hatch brown and Chartreuse, both got fish. Thanks Berkley.
July 24, 2012
Floating Power Eggs
Berkley® PowerBait® Magnum Floating Power Eggs. can't be beat thay last catch after catch.
July 11, 2012
AWESOME TROUT BAIT
I love this bait. I went out on the water yesterday and caught 13 trout in at least 20 min, wow! I recommend the white and yellow colors for murky water, and the chartreuse and hatch brown for clear water. Use a common slip rig with a size 6 or 8 hook and put 2 of the balls on the shank of the hook. use light or medium spinning gear. I garuntee you will catch at least more than one trout if you do what i described.
Try 2 fish in shallow or in deeper water or near cover like a sunken tree, etc. you always gotta experiment, so Good luck! and good fishin'!
June 22, 2012
That's a tough question, as the typical feeding habits of fish in one lake or river may be completely different from those of another. While there are several options that may work (such as the grubs, minnows, worms, and leeches) the best idea may be to consult your local conservation agency. The fisheries biologist should be able to tell you what the main forage base is for the fish in the lake. From that point, you would need to match the major forage species with your bait (what we call matching the hatch), all while taking in sesonal and weather patterns (in which your conservation agent may be able to help you again).
The best advice would be to research your location first, and then expirement with that bait until you find whats most productive for you.
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