The proof is readily apparent on
. In freshwater, the
Black Salty is a highly-effective and proven offering for largemouth bass,
catfish, striped bass, hybrid stripers and other gamefish species. Offshore
in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic, king mackerel, cobia, red snapper,
dorado, tuna and a host of other species have all been consistently taken on
the Black Salty. In the bays and estuaries, saltwater speckled trout,
redfish, flounder, Spanish mackerel, sharks, huge striped bass and other
predators readily go for the baits.
The Black Salty has even developed a solid niche as the feeder fish of
choice for aquarium managers who maintain large freshwater and saltwater
aquariums at some of the nation's most prominent sporting goods stores.
It's a fact:
If it eats baitfish, it will eat a Black Salty.
All of the photos on www.blacksalty.com represent documented catches. The
site also provides extensive information on proven sport fishing
applications and proper care and handling, with detailed rigging diagrams
and instructions, an interactive forum and an ever-expanding array of
impressive and documented "catch photos" compiled on the site's Photo
Anglers need only clean freshwater and bubble aeration
to keep Black Salty baitfish alive and frisky for days, and even weeks at a
time. Available year-round, the Black Salty is the all-encompassing, highly
effective answer to increased pressure on and decreased availability of
native bait stocks nationwide.
From economy to ecology to all-around fish-catching effectiveness, the Black
Salty baitfish is, in the words of veteran bait dealer Wayne Tucker of
Tucker and Sons Bait in Galveston, Texas, "The live bait of the future."
There's no better time than the present to get with the program.
|Inshore approximately 300 fish/box
|Offshore approximately 150 fish/box
|XL "Magnum" approximately 80 fish/box
|Black Salty Sizes:
|Inshore (2 to 3 inches long)
|Offshore (4-1/2 to 5 inches long)
|XL "Magnum" (6 to 7 inches long)
(Note: Check with your local game and fish agency to determine whether or
not permits are required to receive Black Salty baitfish from Arkansas.)