Spawn Sac Materials, Spawn Sack Kits,
and Spawn Sac Tying Machines
Using spawn sacs when fishing for Salmon, Trout, or Steelhead is a technique that requires advance preparation. You must make several
spawn sacs for use during a days fishing. When making spawn sacs for steelhead and Rainbow Trout, the size I prefer is dime size or smaller. The colors that I prefer for steelhead are orange, pink, or orange mixed with pink. Spawn sacs tied with red, chartreuse, white and even blue material are also very popular. Sometimes spawn sac floaters, 1 or two Styrofoam beads are added to each spawn sack. When using Chinook salmon eggs 2 or 3 floaters are added to each spawn sac, because of the larger eggs. Adding the spawn sac floaters helps give the spawn sac a more neutrally buoyant presentation.
Tips for tying spawn sacs and using spawn sacks can be found by following the links at the bottom of this page.
| ||Atlas Spawn Sack Products||Atlas spawn sack kits, materials, floaters, and magic thread. Salmon or Trout egg spawn sacks are one of the most effective baits for enticing Salmon, Steelhead and Trout to bite.|
| ||Fish n Mania Spawn Sac Squares||Fish n Mania spawn sac square material provides a super soft supple material in a variety of colors.|
| ||Redwing Tackle Spawn Sac Materials||Blackbird Spawn Sac Materials for Salmon, Trout and Steelhead. Including spawn sac netting, sac floaters, and spider thread.|
| ||Spawnee Spawn Sack Machine||Spawnee spawn sac materials and the Spawnee spawn sack machine is the ultimate machine for making spawn sacks.|
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