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What is used to preserve pig trailers? i have several jars that are getting low. Thanks!
 
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Gee, I never thought about it. I've just assumed it was saltwater from the fact that it will rust unprotected metal very quickly. Can't say as I've ever tasted it to make sure, though.
 

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I am sure it is something simple. I tried another bass site BFHP but sometimes those guys are pretty arrogant and will not answer if your not in the click.
 

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The only site I found says "salty brine"
 
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Hey McFish-

I posted your question over on bigfishtackle.com and tubeN2's REVISED response says that all you need per quart of water is 2 cups of pickling or kosher salt and 1/4cup of sugar.

You can also add scent to them at this time. Simply divide the premixed mixture into smaller containers and add the different scents and/or colorants at the same time.

Here's thelink to the thread: http://www.bigfishtackle.com/cgi-bin/gforum/gforum.cgi?post=190028#190028
 

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I have caught alot fish bas and Pike by just using a 4" Power Craw as my trailer instead of Pork. They don't last as long, but they are easier to store!
 

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Thats kinda funny because I emailed the uncle tuesday and they responded yesterday about selling it. Thanks for the thought!
 

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Buy a bunch of trailers and add a pint to your order that way shipping doesnt kill you, or ask your local tackle shop to start carrying it.
 
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