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Dried Up Gulp Shrimp

Discussion in 'Bloopers, just for Giggles' started by Cobia300, Feb 5, 2018.


  1. Cobia300

    Cobia300 Powder Monkey
    Thread Started By

    Soooooo, do I break out the angle grinder or just chalk it up as a loss? Lol!! Man these things get tough, and quick!

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  2. mkyota1

    mkyota1 First Mate

    I left a pack unsealed accidentally and had the whole pack dry like that. I was surprised how tough they were too.
     
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  3. Bossman

    Bossman Moderator on Deck Staff Member

    You'll definitely need some type of power tool to get them off. But hey if the fish would bite em you could fish all day with just one.
     
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  4. Love2Fish

    Love2Fish Petty Officer

    Did you try to rehydrate it? I have never tried but wondered.
     
  5. Saltgasm

    Saltgasm Matey

    Re hydrating works, been there a few times. Even just water will do the job.
     
  6. Cobia300

    Cobia300 Powder Monkey
    Thread Started By

    Ha! After reading the replies here, sure as heck, after about 1hr submerged in water, it came right back to life... thanks, Gents!
     
  7. Rocky1789

    Rocky1789 Powder Monkey

    Re hydrating does works, I had a large plastic container break and it was full. new container and liquid next day they were like new and they had been dry a couple weeks
     
  8. bogman102

    bogman102 Seaman

    How about soaking them in WD-40? Never tried it myself but I heard some use a quick spray of WD-40 on their baits as a a fish attractant.
     
  9. Nocatfish

    Nocatfish Seaworthy

    Interesting. I've also read several reports that claim WD40 as a fish attractant. I've never tried it, but it's hard to believe that it would work.
     
  10. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member

    founds like a fish tale, I know WD40 removes duct tape glue, I think it will melt the DOA?
     
  11. Saltgasm

    Saltgasm Matey

    Can’t be good for the river, I’ll pass on that
     
  12. AL KEARCE

    AL KEARCE Mate

    Looks like something from that movie "The night before Christmas".
     
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  13. Cobia300

    Cobia300 Powder Monkey
    Thread Started By

    Haha!!! It sure does!
     
  14. buckwheat

    buckwheat Pirate

    Looks like shoe leather with a hook.
     
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  15. Specialist

    Specialist Buccaneer

    You could chew on that thing for days!
     
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  16. Taterman

    Taterman Junior Member

    I've heard said "you only need two things in life-WD-40 and duct tape. If it moves and shouldnt -use duct tape. If it doesnt move and should use-use WD40. I also heard WD-40 is made from fish oil.
     
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  17. bogman102

    bogman102 Seaman

    Good one! I'll HAVE TO TRY AND REMEMBER THIS ONE!
     

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