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does anyone remeber the trout set up eggs and bacon? well i was thinking what if you added a treble hook 9 inches down and put s

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  • Michael Davidson
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    I had the synthetic salmon egg and wax worm one in mind not the fly . I am fishing a stocked lake so they are used to hatry pellets
    thanks

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  • Greenhead
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    I know the fly well, but I think we may have two different things in mind. Where are you fishing? The eggs and bacon I have used was effective in streams that salmon spawn in. Those trout are used to eating eggs and decayed salmon, rather than hatchery food. I suppose it could work as an attractant, though. What's the harm? I would shy away from the treble hook, though, unless you plan on keeping your catch for the grill.

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  • does anyone remeber the trout set up eggs and bacon? well i was thinking what if you added a treble hook 9 inches down and put s

    does anyone remeber the trout set up eggs and bacon? well i was thinking what if you added a treble hook 9 inches down and put some floating trout bait on for added buoyancy and ATRACTION

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