Many of the striped bass landed over the years from the beaches of the Northeast have been the attracted to lures tipped with Uncle Josh Pork Rind Baits. The Sea Strip has been out of production since 2016... Well, The Pork Is Back! Uncle Josh Sea Striper distribution is restarting May 2022. Uncle Josh baits work best when paired with another lure to give that lure more action. A bucktail jig tipped with a pork rind strip can be very effective. Uncle Josh Sea Strips can also be added to spoons, spinnerbaits, umbrella rigs, tube lures an even spreader bars. The skin of the pork undulates tantalizingly on even the slowest retrieves, enticing a large number of gamefish in a variety of situations. The addition of the pork also causes the lure to sink more slowly, making it linger in the strike zone on the fall and allowing for slower retrieves. Tipping lures with pork rind instead of soft- plastic baits had a number of advantages. Though soft-plastic baits are easier to store and come in a greater variety of colors and shapes, even the supplest soft plastics can't match the action of a pork rind fluttering through the water. Natural products will always appear more life-like underwater, ask any fly tier, and pork rinds are no exception. Pork rind baits are also much more durable than their soft-plastic counterparts. While even a glancing blow from a bluefish will render any soft-plastic bait useless, a pork rind can be chopped by these toothy yellow-eyed devils over and over. Just don't forget to remove the pork rind from your hook and return it to the brine- filled jar after each trip. Otherwise, the bait will shrivel up and harden. If you can remember to restore your baits to their jars, a single pork rind will survive weeks, and even months, of heavy fishing.
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