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Short answer: Keep it in a cool dark place!
It is not necessary to refrigerate this bait, however, we recommend that if you’re don’t plan on using it for a while or want to keep it super fresh, keep your bait in the fridge. We keep our Squidy Bits out of refrigeration for months at a time with no problem and leave them in backpacks and cars without dire consequences.
We recommend getting a new bag of bait after 6 months or after the fishing season has ended. We have a bag of squid from the first batch that we salted in January 2018 and it hasn’t gone bad yet. It’s spent most of its time in the refrigerator, but has also been taken in and out a few times as well. The salt may change colors, but the squid still remains preserved, this is simply the oils continuing the leak out. As long as the squid does not look mushy or smell putrid it is still good to use. We have not yet received a report of squid going bad. Keep us updated.
DON’T FREEZE. We prefer to keep the squid in a ziplock bag in the refrigerator for long term storage. We’ve do not recommend that you freeze this bait, as the consistency will change once it thaws. The bait is perfectly able to stay preserved in any cool, dry place for over three months. We’ve kept it in our car, fishing bag, suitcases, and I’ve even found some in pants pockets in the laundry. Keep out of direct sunlight and hot temperatures.
Check out our exclusive content page to watch videos on how we recommend to use the Super Salty Squid. How you use the squid also depends on which type you choose. We like to use the tentacles to tip on the end of jig heads and other lures as a replacement for soft plastics. The Super Salty Jackets are unique because they allow the angler to cut pieces and shapes specific to the lure or rig they are using. Our favorite way to use the Super Salty Jacket is to to cut them into triangle shapes or forks and fish them on the end of bucktails. You can get creative with this bait. Another favorite use of the Super Salty Jacket is in combination with other softer baits on rigged hooks with sinkers. This bait shines because it cannot be pulled off the hook, so if you feel a bite you can leave your line in the water, knowing you still have bait.
We know that the Super Salty Squid has caught these species, (the list continues to grow): striped bass, flounder, bonito, scup/ porgy, black drum, sea robin, mackerel, gag grouper, white perch, spot, bluefish, pompano, jack crevalle, catfish, pinfish, porkfish, black margate, oyster crackers, bluegill, fall fish, largemouth and smallmouth bass.
It smells like fish food. We are currently experimenting with scent. Our latest batch has the strongest scent to date. But this may fluctuate depending on the feedback you provide us in the suggestion box. Please let us know if you like or dislike the scent of the Super Salty Squid.
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