Uncle Josh Pork Baits - Bass Strip
An old favorite
As a boy my father tied a plain silver spoon on my line and hooked a strip of plain, white UNCLE JOSH pork rind like this on as a trailer, and I used it to take my first bass over 5 pounds...and this silver spoon/white pork rind strip combination has been consistantly taking bass for me ever since... I'm pushing 60 now, and have more bass fishing equipment and lures than a man can pray over, but if I'm bass fishing you can bet the farm that somewhere in my tackle there are some silver spoons and a jar of UNCLE JOSH's plain, white pork strips.
June 16, 2006
Uncle Josh Pork Strips
I use these strips with a "Johnson Silver Minnow" in very heavy cover during the early morning from sunrise until about 8-8:30
AM varring the retrieve. The best results are with a steady, moderate speed. Occasionally, I will slow the retrieve momentarilly. Various colors work, but the white and white/yellow seem to be the best for largemouth bass. lure colors are gold and silver; gold being the most productive.
May 15, 2006
pork rind strips
I use these white strips on the hook of a squid spoon. It helps to bring back a fish that misses the hook on the first strike. I think they also make the spoon more visable to the fish. I use them in saltwater, mostly stripers, but I have caught large shad, bluefish, even fluke with these spoons with the pork rind on the hook.
May 20, 2011
I always have trouble finding these except at Bass Pro Shop who always have them in stock. Arrived at my home in less than a week. Bottle was wrapped in plastic bag for added protection so if it broke in shipping the liquid wouldn't leak all over. These are deadly on a silver minnow casting for Northern pike.
March 16, 2010