So you guys just use the meat as bait? No guts or anything smelly to go with it?If you're in Denver, it can be had at Discount Tackle on Santa Fe. Frozen of course.
If not, I imagine it would be a fatal flaw for one of the Granby tackle shops not to stock the stuff.
Carp meat can be used in substitute, if need be.
Both, I'm sure. 8)So is the purpose of this for more bites or just stronger bites that the fish actually hold onto?
Thanks for the info, and no worries I have never caught a laker in my life and don't really plan on fishing for them anytime soon. I was just curious how they used the sucker meatBoth, I'm sure. 8)
You don't need sucker meat at all if you are targeting the biggest lake trout, just upsize your jig. But you won't catch numbers of the larger fish either. (Remember that it takes many years to grow a large Laker, please release Lakers over 24 inches).