How to Put Dough Bait on a Hook
Traditionally, you would use a small treble hook with something like power bait. But, if you want to be able to release the fish if its too small or for whatever reason, then it would be a better idea to use a single hook instead. All you do is mold the bait around the hook. To keep the bait on the hook longer you can wrap some very thin wire around the hook shank before you apply the putty, or purchase special dough bait hooks that come that way.
How to Hook Salmon Eggs
If you are using a single salmon egg, use a very small wire hook. Thread the egg onto the hook a little off center, the turn the egg and bury the barb back into the egg.
Pork rinds are made from the skin of a hog, and come preserved in small glass jars. They are dyed in almost every color, and cut into various shapes. While they can be used by themselves, people often use them as “trailers”, by attaching them to the hook of whatever lure, spinner or jig they are using.
How to Hook a Pork Rind
Pork Rind is very tough, and pushing a hook through it is difficult. Most manufacturers cut a small slit in the strip to make it easy for you to attach your hook. Look for the slit on the colored side of the bait. You may have to dry it a little to see it. If your pork rind doesn’t come with a slit, you might want to cut one yourself.
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