Pautzke Balls O' Fire Fire Cure

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Size:16 oz
Scent:Natural Egg Cure
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Pautzke® Bait offers an astounding collection of bait additives, that are ALL becoming global staples. Starting with just Salmon eggs back in 1948, Pautzke® has produced some of the top fish catching dyes and scents, that nobody could possibly have imagined. What's their recipe for success you ask? Only the workers know, but it starts with Salmon eggs, and ends with greatness. So when the fish just arent biting like you want, put something Pautzke® labeled on the end of your line, and you'll be sure to stir up a frenzy.
  • Combines Pautzke’s world-renowned knowledge in egg science and proven secret seasonings with Yano’s formula and curing technique
  • A necessity for all anglers
  • Contains Krill
  • Proven stimula for Salmon and Steelhead
  • Versatile cure for all weather & water conditions
  • 16 OUnce Container
  • 4 Colors to choose from
Curing Directions
  • For best results, cover curing surface with newspaper, then cover with paper towels.
  • Cut skeins in half, then into 3 to 4 inch pieces and lay flat on paper towel.
  • Generously sprinkle Fire Cure™ on both sides of skein then layer in a wide mouth jar or other sealed container.
  • Secure lid then label with date of cure and type of egg.
  • Store at room temperature for one hour, periodically rolling the jar to ensure the cure completely dissolves in the juice being released from the eggs.
  • Refrigerate for 3 days. (To make sure the juice recirculates through the eggs, turn the jars over in both the morning and evening).
  • At the end of 3 days, your eggs are ready for use or be stored.
Freezer/Storage Method
  • If storing eggs, we recommend three freezing methods:
    • As-Is: If you prefer juicer eggs, keep in mind they will emit maximum scent, but won't last as long in the water.
    • Drain and Freeze: This method is ideal if you are looking for the best all-around egg.
    • Drain, Dry, and Freeze: Best method if you are short on eggs or if you just want to make them last longer
    • To end with a good egg, you must start with a good egg.
      • Bleed fish immediately.
      • Don't let water touch your eggs.
      • Wrap fresh eggs in paper towels, place them in a plastic bag in your cooler and cure within 24-36 hours

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