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Uncle Josh Preserved Bait - Grass Shrimp


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Live bait restricted or unavailable? The Uncle Josh® Grass Shrimp preserved natural bait can save the day! Preserved bait is non-toxic, biodegradable and come in a resealable bag.

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Great For Many Species I have not had any problems keeping these on my hook and have found that catfish, carp, and even largemouth love them. I have had the best luck with them in smaller ponds and the Topock National Preserve Marsh. I have caught some of my largest carp and catfish using these shrimp for bait. March 31, 2008
dont buy The fish will eat these things sometimes but they dont stay on the hook. i missed so many fish that day i didnt go fishing for a week. if you can keep them on the hook tell me December 11, 2006
GREAT!!!!! these baits are hard to hook but when you put these shrimp on a very small jig then over it a bobber the fish will go into a frenzy.These are great for bass,perch,crappie, trout,catfish,and carp. November 2, 2008
Useless Probably the biggest waste of $3. I'm sure they'd be great if they'd stay on a hook but they don't so don't bother buying them. You're better off feeding these shrimp to your pet fish. May 16, 2008
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These are about a third of an inch long and an eighth of an inch wide.
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i use no.eleven2.5" x 1"
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