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yes you can fish or cut bait, just be sure to seal in (as best you can) an air tight container or zip lock bag with the air released. i usually place the roe in a ziplock bag and suck as much air out as possible before sealing completly.
 

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Vacuum sealers would suck a lot of juice out of the roe and into the machine. There is an other way to get rid of the air by putting the ziploc bag full of roe in a tub of water and forcing the bag under leaving the seal above water, this will force the air up and out so when the bag is almost underwater, zip the seal and presto all gone. :thumbup: :thumbup:
 

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stsfisher said:
yes you can fish or cut bait, just be sure to seal in (as best you can) an air tight container or zip lock bag with the air released. i usually place the roe in a ziplock bag and suck as much air out as possible before sealing completly.
HMMM :hmmm:

The thought of sucking on a bag of roe to get air out. :p :p :happy: :happy:
 

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fish or cut bait said:
Vacuum sealers would suck a lot of juice out of the roe and into the machine. There is an other way to get rid of the air by putting the ziploc bag full of roe in a tub of water and forcing the bag under leaving the seal above water, this will force the air up and out so when the bag is almost underwater, zip the seal and presto all gone. :thumbup: :thumbup:
I cure my roe then put it dircectly in a vacuum bag. When you seal it only takes a second and hit the seal button before the juice comes into the machine. Works goods. I had some from last year I froze that was and it work good.

Cheers, Rob
 

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Put in a mason jar, leave a few inches at the top, put a birthday candle in(standing up in the roe), light candle, put lid on quickly and as the air is burnt up the jar lid will pop, you now have no air in the jar and roe ready for freezing.
This amount(large mason jar) is about right for a day of sturgeon fishing.

Do the same with cured roe for salmon and steelhead fishing.
 
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