By: Todd Hatfield
There are many cures and methods to cure eggs. However, when targeting winter steelhead I like to keep mine simple. The process detailed below is designed for curing scraped eggs. Scraped eggs tend to be wet. They juice before cured because of the process to remove them from the skein. In fact, many anglers inquire about how to dry scraped eggs because they are too mushy and pop while tying bags. Fortunately, there are methods to make these eggs more durable without losing the juice.
Regardless, it’s still time consuming, messy and