Re-encryption with another rsa gpg subkey

Eddie Barraco contact at
Wed Sep 18 14:28:41 CEST 2019

Hello there !
I got a little problem...

My gpg subkey expired yesterday so I created another new subkey for
encryption (rsa encrypt only).

My gpg keychain now is

~$ gpg -K
sec   4096R/8B7C5D65 2018-09-17
uid                  Eddie Barraco <contact at>
uid                  Eddie Barraco (UbiTransport) <e.barraco at>
uid                  Stacy Harper <contact at>
uid                  Mister Banal <contact at>
uid                  Eddie Barraco (IDCI-Consulting) <eddie.barraco at>
ssb   4096R/0761C411 2018-09-17
ssb   4096R/BE9A03B5 2019-09-18

Everything seems cool then I reencrypted my password store

~$ pass init BE9A03B5

# I also tried 8B7C5D65 and CAB12F60BD13A21DAB60C5105BAC92328B7C5D65
# which is my main gpg fingerprint

Everything seems cool cause I can

~$ gpg --decrypt
.password-store/Web/ at

You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for
user: "Eddie Barraco <contact at>"
4096-bit RSA key, ID BE9A03B5, created 2019-09-18 (main key ID 8B7C5D65)

gpg: encrypted with 4096-bit RSA key, ID BE9A03B5, created 2019-09-18
      "Eddie Barraco <contact at>"


~$ pass show Web/ at
gpg: decryption failed: No secret key

What is the fuck ? :) What I missed ?
Can you help me ? <3

Thanks a lot for thoses who read that!
Peace !
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