Pautzke Fire Brine

7 Reviews
Item No.: F11598


Pautzke Fire Brine features a proprietary mix of tried-and-true curing agents and vibrant dyes. This brine provides the toughening, coloring, and scent agents that anglers look for in a top quality brine. This simple one-step, out-of-the-bottle mix, makes it easier than ever for anglers to achieve perfect baits, no matter your skill level. If you want to give your eggs an irresistible fish-attracting color and scent, they Pautzke Fire Brine is one of your best options.

  • Qty. per pack: 32 oz. bottle

Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

10/29/2012 12:00:00 am

Great Cure for Loose Eggs.

by mote1977 -

Very easy to use and produces a great egg.

12/16/2012 12:00:00 am

great product

by fisher76 -

very simple..great for curing eggs to tie into sacs

11/12/2013 12:00:00 am


by Croixboy -

This stuff works great. I used this for minnows and it really tightens them up and keeps them really shiney. I have had good success so far. Thanks

12/19/2013 12:00:00 am

Great for skein

by WPA -

This cure works great on tight skeins. I also tried it on loose eggs and was happy with the results.

4/8/2015 12:00:00 am

Liquid cure

by TroutSlayer -

Good recipes for using this stuff

8/3/2015 12:00:00 am

Trout Cure

by rodman1 -

I use this cure to tighten up loose trout eggs that I harvest. It works so well, it makes eggs like bouncy balls. Which is helpful when trying to tie them into sacks. I always buy natural brine then colored borox o fire if I want to change the color. I've tested this cure all season and am very pleased and the trout love the cure.

5/17/2017 12:00:00 am

Used 3 years

by rodman1 -

This is a great product that I've used 3 years now curing trout eggs. It makes the eggs feel like bouncy balls but are still soft enough when you get a strike they all pop. I actually finished up a batch of eggs I harvested 3 years ago and they haven't changed at all after many freeze and refeeezes through out that 3 years. I'll keep buying it also the eggs don't come out super wet like with the fire cure. Which makes tieing sacks way easier.