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Adding Spawn Sac Floaters

     Friday, April 03, 2020
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Adding Spawn Sac Floaters
to make spawn sacs more bouyant

Spawn sacs are heavier than water and will sink to the bottom. Adding spawn sac floaters will help the spawn sac become more buoyant. The floaters are small balls made of Styrofoam that are colored with fluorescent colors. Adding a few of the brightly colored balls when making a spawn sac can change the buoyancy of the sac. This will allow the sac to float off the

adding spawn sac floaters when making a spawn sac

bottom when still fishing. When used in a stream or river with current flow, the floaters will help keep the sac from snagging the bottom and present a more natural drift. When used below a float, you must compensate with additional weight on the fishing line to sink the sac to the strike zone.

spawn sacs with and without floaters added.

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