Family Bunker Plans
This category encompasses a variety of baitfish species that are sold dead, either fresh or frozen. The term is a bit misleading as sometimes the fish are small enough to be used whole. Bunker, herring, mackerel, and mullet are common species. They're all oily and emit a lot of scent when drifted or fished on bottom. Minnows are a popular and effective bait for a variety of saltwater species. Actually, some of the baitfish used for some species are too large to be called minnows some striped-bass anglers fish live bunkers weighing almost a pound. However, many of themherring, killifish (or killies), mullet, anchoviesare smaller. Small baitfish such as killies, which average two to four inches, can be caught in a minnow trap. Weight the trap, bait it with bunker or some other oily fish, and place it in shallow, weedy areas.
Streamers are tied in various sizes in a rainbow of colors and patterns. Some imitate specific forage species others are considered attractor patterns. They're used for most all species, with the Lefty's Deceiver, Clouser Minnow, and SeaDucer being good all-around patterns (in the proper sizes) for bonefish, redfish, snook, and striped bass. Specific-forage patterns resemble bunker, squid, mackerel, anchovies, and sand eels.
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