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Catfish Charlie® Extra-Sticky Dip Bait

   

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12 oz.

Blood

Model:
BD-12-12

12 oz.

Cheese

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LD-12-12

12 oz.

Shad

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SD-12-12

36 oz.

Blood

Model:
BD-6-36

36 oz.

Cheese

Model:
LD-6-36

36 oz.

Shad

Model:
SD-6-36
Extra-sticky formula that's irresistible to catfish. Comes with a safety seal to prevent odor and spills.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by best purchase ever i was fishing in the great miami river and i was sitting there and a 5 pound catfish was one the other end of the line and the day before i cought a two 2 pound catfish June 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best dipbait ever This dipbait is wow.. I was using the cheese flavor in a pond and caught 15+ channels in 30mins. As soon as the bait would hit the bottom it would get a hit! Great product and the cheese seems to work best June 4, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by disappointing tried this only because Basspro was out of my go to bait. not very sticky, no bites, will stick to secret 7 from now on October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by an excellent product I used this product when I lived in illinois in many rivers as well as where im at now in michigan and it has always produced. Most cats you get with this bait are in the 3-7lb range, for bigger cats cut sucker is the way to go. As of the last year I seen a change in the viscosity of the product and its effect to stay on the tube has greatly improved. When using this product make sure to use the rubber tubes that have grooves cut into them, it holds bait super well even when fishing in heavy current. When using product make sure to use a stick and not your hand to pack bait into tube or you'll be sorry when the stench stays with you for days...For the people that haven't had any luck try this setup a 2 ounce no roll sinker up onto line followed by a bead large enough to slide over your fishing knot, then tie that to a heavy duty barrel swivel, on the opposite side of the barrel swivel tie a 12" leader with 14lb mono run the line through the rubber tube and tie into treble hook that is atleast 1 size bigger than the treble hook provided with the tubes or the catfish will swallow the hook 90% of the time.. when you dip the tube, be very generous on the amount you put on it, i use enough where the entire tube is covered and essentially it looks like a smelly corn dog, location is everything and i tend to like fishing sharp bends in the river where the current slows down and you can visually see current roll into a circle, also up in front of log jams, below dams in current breaks or tail outs, in a deep hole located in between shallow stretches of river try following these steps and i promise this bait wont disappoint you August 15, 2013
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I am going fishing on the Chemung River in Ashland, NY and was wondering what type of bait I should use.
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Catfish Charlie dipbait cheese flavor or Secret 7, I've always caught fish using these dipbaits channels and blues. You could also try using nightcrawlers to catch some bluegill then use them for bait. Good luck!
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secret 7 dip bait works wonders. combine it with a team catfish tube holder or a furrythang bait Holder and your ready to rock
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For an artificial bait from Bass Pro, I recommend "Secret 7" from Team Catfish.
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secret 7!
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It is currently kept in a tackle box that will experience 40-90 degree heat.
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nope. on hotter days you'll notice the bait becomes not as sticky but I've never refrigerated
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I have kept the Blood Dip bait in a hot shed during the summer for about a month until it was used up. I noticed no lingering smell in the shed or change in the bait. Just make sure you put the lid on well.
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It is not necessary to refridgerate catfish dough bait. However, if the bait becomes too hot, it will become very loose in texture and will not stay on the hook. Try to keep your bait in the shade when fishing, it will stay on the hook better.
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my dog just chewed open a container and looks like he might have eaten some
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no the bait will not hurt a dog my freinds at an intier new pakage and lived to bark the tale:>
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Not that I know of. probably best thing to do with this stuff is feed it to your dog.
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The catfish bait will not hurt your dog. The dog might throw up the bait later, but the dog will be fine.
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Dipbait, while its in the water the bait will dissolve in the water leaving a good scent trail. Good luck!
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this stuff is good for scent only. Does not stay on hook very long. CANNOT cast with it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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this is better and also u don't have to touch it cause stink bait or dough balls stink really bad and i mean bad
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Better
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this is better
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I use both the dough balls and the stink bait. I believe that I get more hits on the stink bait. I use the dough balls when I am fishing in a swift current because it will stay on the hook better.
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i much prefer these to live bait or dough baits.
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Cheese
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Cheese
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actually shad flavor. shad is the natural prey of catfish
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blood or cheese

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what flavor would you say for people in CA
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Cheese
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i dont live in california, i live in texas but blood is beter than the cheese
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yes i have used the shad flavor and cought 3 catfish in about two and a half hours
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blood i got a 20lb.
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i havent used em but looking at the reviews the cheese flavor seems great i am thinking of purchasing it for next year looks like a producer
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yes they eat anything
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possibly but this isnt a go to carp bait
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No I wouldn't use this for carp. Its not what they are willing to eat.
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I followed the directions slip sinker and swivel with dip worm etc. what technique works best? The lake im on is heavily fished.
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The best way to rig your line for catfish is to use a "three way" swivel. Tie a piece of line about 12 inches or so to one of the three openings on the swivel. Place your sinker on this line. Next, tie anothe piece of line to another opening in the swivel. This piece should be shorter than the piece with the sinker on it. Tie your bait to this piece of line. Lastly, tie the line going to your rod and reel to the last opening on the swivel. This rig will keep your bait up off the bottom a few inches, I have had great success with this type of presentation.
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Thats the correct way to use it. You have to rebait about every 15 to 20 mins. I have caught my catfish that way!!
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If catfish are there, they will love this stuff. Read my review on how to prepare it.
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i also fish a pond that is way over fished, and all i do is take a weight with a little metal loop on the top and tie it about 1-2 feet away from the hook and either bottom fish or i use a bober. that how i normally do it and it works out really well. I think chicken liver still works the best rathre than stink bait, and it is cheaper to.
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The technique that works best for me, because where I fish there's a lot of riprap and you can get hung up a lot as well as being over fished, is 15 pound test with a snap swivel. Put a 1 to 2 ounce sinker and the dip worm all on the swivel and hang on. Remember dip bait is not a magic catfish producer, no matter what the brand, don't get pulled in by the marketing, but it does work! You still need to go to where the catfish are. I hope this helps.
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