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How To Hook Meat

Possibly one of fishing's most popular baits, Luncheon meat is packed full of flavours and oils that attract fish. It is relatively tough so will stay on the hook when casting and shipping out a pole. Meat is usually cut into small cubes to be put on your hook. There are special meat cutters available that can cut a tin of luncheon meat in seconds. Once cut into cubes the best thing to do with meat to give you a good amount of hook point showing is to hook it through the top of the meat and out of the side. If you are having problems with the meat coming off you can push the hook through the meat so that your cube in on the line, twist your hook 90degrees and pull the hook into the meat. This will stay on better.

Please remember when using tinned meat to be careful with the tins as these are very sharp. Do not discard the tins at a fishery, always take them home with you, as they can damage wildlife and the environment.

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