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Uncle Josh Pork Baits - Bass Strip

   

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4"

8

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50 W
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Smooth, fluid movements; the natural flesh closely resembles forage fish. Each Uncle Josh® Bass Strip bait is prepunched for easy rigging. Proven pork scent with vibrant colors creates the ideal trailer for spinnerbaits and jigs.

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bass strips these strips work great for fluke fishing. I just wish they were a little longer. August 28, 2012
This stuff is the best No doubt its true. Sometimes plastic just cannot compare with good old pork! December 16, 2011
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
Old school bait The reason these old school baits are still around is that they work. October 13, 2010
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It is plenty thick for bucktails, spoons and jigs. not paper thin. this model is the best all around pork trailer imo
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The strip is not paper thin. I do not know what the thickness is, but if you put the hook thru the slits that are cut by the factory, you cannot tear the rind off. It is almost as strong as a piece of leather. Somehow, the fish will knock the rind off the hook, but i have got a lot of use out of a jar of rind, just don't let it dry out or it is junk. The jar just need some water with salt in it to keep them fresh.
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I use these all the time...and they are not "paper thin" . They are very durable and work great as a trailer for a jig...as in jig and pig..

I normally cut the strip in half ...giving me two "tails".
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 - Winona, MN on the Mississippi River
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