Catfish Charlie® Wild Cat Catfish Dough Baits

   

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12 oz.

Blood

Model:
WCB-12-12

12 oz.

Cheese

Model:
WCC-12-12

12 oz.

Shad

Model:
WCS-12-12

12 oz.

Chicken Liver

Model:
WCL-12-12
If you like catching loads of catfish then you need some of Catfish Charlie's Wild Cat Catfish Dough Baits. These strong smelling pre-made dough balls will drive a whole herd of catfish into big-time feeding frenzy. Specially formulated to hold firmly and to retain its enticing flavor for long periods.
Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not worth the money or effort. Like my last review on prepared baits like this, it will be short and sweet. - Falls off easily - Fish ignore it (I've caught more bass on this than catfish) - Hard to find in stores (that tells you something!) - Poor performance overall. There are better baits out there for the price and ease of use. Skipping this would be your first successful part of a catfishing trip! May 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by terrible bought this bait thinking i would try it and after the whole summer never even got a bite and i fished many different areas and it just falls off the hook way to easy December 5, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by not very good this product is not very good it falls apart way to easly and it doesnt get to many bites i switched over to small brim and minnows and got alot more bites. January 22, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Terrible The past 4 times I have been catfishing, I haven't had a single bite. This stuff stinks, and is not effective at all. Do not buy, unless you like wasting money. November 13, 2010
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ive had bad past experences so i feel it nessesarey to ask
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the bag is rather big but no it wont stink
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It is resealable so unless you don't put the lid on right, you should be good.
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It makes everything near it stink to high heavens. The bags don't hold the smell in even when completely sealed. I kept mine in a separate catfishing tackle box just for this reason.
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The package is 14 oz and it has a resealable lid.
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It is a 12 oz zipper bag.
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I am tired of being told that this is good cat fish bait. It hasn't caught me anything and I can't stand the smell of it. I feel like puking when using it :(. What is a good cat fish bait that doesen't smell bad?
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Catfish will eat just about anything from cheese to night crawlers. Even ivory soap can work.
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All different types of baits work in different parts of the world and cat fish have a very developed scene of smell that punch, dough, and dip baits are designed to utilize. However I you would like to try some that don't smell as bad I've used Shad sides that you can buy frozen that don't smell too bad, You could also try shrimp be sure to buy the stuff still with vane in or even hot dogs have worked for me I find the regular pork/chicken/beef work the best.
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Can't go wrong with simple chicken livers. Any artificial catfish bait I have used has not brought me any luck.
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