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Fisher's Choice™ Shrimp Canned Baits

   

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2.4 oz.

100

Model:
4164
  • Soft, moist and juicy
  • Stays fresh for up to 2 years before opening
  • Good for up to two weeks after opening
  • Enhanced with extra scent™

A unique packaging process keeps Fisher’s Choice Shrimp shelf stable and ready to use whenever the fish are biting. The process locks in natural juices, keeping them soft and moist—just like live bait! Fisher’s Choice Shrimp has also been enhanced with an all-natural scent attractant. For use when fishing for any type of fish where live shrimp would be considered as bait. Approximate quantity 100 pcs. Size: 2.4 oz.

Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 Dissapointed To be honest this was a waste of ten dollars, i opened the can to find that the shrimp were very small and most of my shrimp where all broken up and in pieces. I understand that maybe they got shaken up or that there might be better cans that have the shrimp not broken up but even the shrimp that where not messed up were no good. The shrimp where all soft and easy to rip apart, so you can imagine trying to put this on the hook it was ripping and just falling apart. The ones that i could put on the hook did not survive the cast they just fell off. Waste of money i am better off buying shrimp from the local market then these shrimp. July 5, 2012
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these are not good for anything seeing as it could not even survive casting .
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