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Decided to chase some pomps tomorrow or Saturday evening with SICF. I have not gotten after them since last year. I usually fish FW and okaloosa island just looking for where the best beach access is in Navarre that won't be to crowded?

Question 2: do fish bites go bad have a pile left from last year and they have all changed not as bright most got darker are they no good?


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Fish bites do go bad. They lose their color ,and get stiff ,and if you look close you can see little cultures of bacteria or fungus growth on them. After a fishing trip, if I know that it's going to be awhile before I get to go again I will store them in the refrigerator. This seems to slow the process down

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Fish bites do go bad. They lose their color ,and get stiff ,and if you look close you can see little cultures of bacteria or fungus growth on them. After a fishing trip, if I know that it's going to be awhile before I get to go again I will store them in the refrigerator. This seems to slow the process down

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Dang wish I had known... that's about $35 waisted. And thanks for the rig tying video I made up some new ones in no time today and they came out so much better than the store bought garbage I used to use.


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I'm glad that that it helped. Sorry about your fishbites. ...I learned the hard way too.

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