Great info. Thanks!Nobote wrote:I cure mine with steelhead nectar, firecure, or add firepower krill.
The nice thing about curing shrimp is that it toughens it up and adds color.
When i ise steelhead nectar I add kosher salt ans sugar and the osmotic pressure from the additives draws water from the shrinp and turns them into shrimp raisins.
I use 70/9O key west shrimp from Meijer, theyre a good buy and a nice convenient size, about the size of a nickel. a whole one is about right for murky water, if you want to tip a jig or yarnball hook you can cut one in thirds etc.
Cooked and raw straight from the bag works too.
I carry 3-4 different types of cured shrimp w me when im float fishing.
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