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Pork rind

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I stocked up on Uncle Josh when they were ending production.  Unfortunately some of the jars are loosing liquid.  does anyone have a suggestion for making my own replacement formula?

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never used pork rinds but I see a lot of people salting squids for more durability and shelf life. Maybe try salting them? I'm not sure how pork rind will be affected by the salt

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12 hours ago, punkroktownie said:

i have some big squid. Thinking of throwing a tentacle on a BT or two. Anyone?

2-3in cut strip squid will do perfectly fine. Im sure tentacle could work if floppy enough long as it has some action

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I have been using the head with the tentacles attached and used them as a lure and when I got tired of casting I would dead stick the bait..It is a great bait for many species of fish.. I would also cut the tentacles into small pieces and use it as Porgy bait..   

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On 9/8/2019 at 2:32 PM, chitala383 said:

Salt solution works fine. Dissolve as much kosher salt until no more will dissolve in a pot of warm water. Let it cool and you're done

this. the more salt the better. you want a saturated salt solution. :th: 

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I lost a jar of Uncle Josh pork rind in my garage and it must have leaked and the jar was dry for at least a year.... but the pork rinds weren't. Still has great action in the water. I added some water to the jar for safe measures. 

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If the jars have a layer of salt on the bottom then your good .. like said . Ya can’t put to much salt .. watch out using ocean water .. have had it rot to nice funk in hot car all summer .. guess the salinity not high enough and all the organisms and chit made it pretty fowl 

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