There are many different cures on the market and available at your fishing supply store. Pro-Cure, Sure-Cure, Putzke, etc. We will cut the skein lengthwise to butterfly the skein or cut with scissors legthwise so thre is two halves, skein on one side, eggs other. We put down a layer of cure in the bottom of a tupper ware container. Cut bait size strips (skein and eggs) , crossways and lay on top of cure, skein side down. Once you have a layer ofeggs, sprinkle cure across all eggs. Add another layer of eggs, cure, eggs, cure until all of your eggs are in the continer. More cure accross the top, cover and let sit 12 hours in a cool location. Shake them and turn upside down for 12 hours. If you watch them, you'll notice a lot of juice will form for a while and then the eggs will re-absorb the juices. They are then cured. You can leave them in the container, transfer to smaller containers if you'd prefer. They will keep for a wile in the fridge, but we will normally freeze them and take them out the night before using them.
These are pint jars accumulated from one fish. About $200 if you were to buy them.
Cured eggs + sand shrimp = more eggs and nice fillets.