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not worth it
I fish at Mosquito state park in northeastern Ohio. I use 3 rods off my boat: 2 with nite crawlers and 1 with blood dip bait. 3 days fishing caught over 45 catfish around 2' long. All caught on night crawlers not even one nibble on blood bait dip. That was enough proof stay with live bait.
August 17, 2011
I went to fish, did not catch anything the carp was passing by and did no react to it at all :(. I pull a 4 pound large mouse bass with natural worms only.
So i will never use this again ...for carp or any other wish
August 2, 2011
This stuff is okay if you are dropping your line in the water in front of you. Absolutely terrible for casting.
June 27, 2011
within 2 hours of opening the bait i caught an 11.5lb. carp out of the brazos river. this stuff really works!
June 16, 2011
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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