Pautzke's Green Label Balls O' Fire Salmon Eggs

   

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Salmon Eggs

Salmon Eggs

1 oz.

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  • $4.99

  • SKU: 204825

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The workhorse of salmon eggs, Pautzke's® Green Label® Balls O' Fire® Salmon Eggs are the most commonly used salmon egg in the world and have unlocked jaws in every water they've seen. A combination of mainly king and chum eggs, Green Label Balls O' Fire Salmon Eggs are cooked using a carefully mastered process to ensure they have the texture, firmness, and durability needed for repeated drifting or casting. There is not a wrong place to fish Green Label Salmon Eggs as they have proven their effectiveness in both moving water and sterile reservoirs. Color: Fluorescent Red. 1 oz. Made in USA.

Pautzke's Green Label Balls O' Fire Salmon Eggs 5 5 9 9
Day in and day out I have used this product time in and time out. It is one of the most consistent products ever. January 10, 2009
really good ive used these and my fishing pole almost went in the water when it used to be 4 ft. above the water unfortunetly my hooks wernt good so the fish got away April 22, 2008
Great Stuff This is the best preserved bait for trout I've ever used. I put 2 or 3 eggs on a #10 hook and fish it with a sinker. It's especially great for rainbows. Don't settle for imitations. February 3, 2008
Awesome! How come 1 other person has posted a review on these, this stuff is awesome! I've tried all kinds of baits for trout (panther martins, berkleys trout worms and hatchery food, even powerbait) and it seems that these are the only thing that works. I put two or three on a salmon egg hook with a split shot about 2 feet away and let em' drift. Go buy some, they are definately worth the money! January 20, 2008
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