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Old 08-29-2006, 09:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anybody had success freezing their sp corn and using it the next time out?
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I divide each can in 4 small sandwich bags and freeze it... It seems to work ok for me.
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Thanks Terre, i'm hitting 11 mile in the morning and i didn't want to waste what i don't use @ $1.49/can
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$1.49? That's only 2 quarts of gas.

I divide mine up and freeze it as well. So far, no problem, and I don't expect any.

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WE, how does that work out in kernals per mile?

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Theres another website I go on everonce in awhile and hear about some of the guys freezing it but before they do they soak it in pro-cure. ?


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Theres another website I go on everonce in awhile and hear about some of the guys freezing it but before they do they soak it in pro-cure. ?
Pro Cure makes scents and attractants, including some for kokanee. Some Kokanee fishermen and fishing writers swear by it.

http://www.pro-cure.com/

Soaking it in pro cure actually has very little to do with freezing, you can do that without freezing if you're in a hurry.

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My point was they freeze it but put the scent in it before they freeze it so you dont have to worry about it later.

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Thanks Terre, i'm hitting 11 mile in the morning and i didn't want to waste what i don't use @ $1.49/can
Found it at Wal Mart the other day for $.92 a can.
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