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Magic Bait Dinner Bell Chum


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2 lbs.

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  • SKU: 638446

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Commercial fishermen have used this method for centuries. When fish are feeding, Magic Dinner Bell Fish Chum works quickly to attract fish. If fishing is slow, the chum can entice fish to start feeding. 2 lbs.

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brings them in brings the catfish in fast . i caught 5 catfish AND while cleaning then the atomach had chum in all of them. it works great... April 28, 2011
works Really all I can say is that when they're not biting this will almost always get the bite started up at least a little bit if not on fire . Not good in strong current . February 4, 2011
Not so good I used it in my lake and I relly couldn't tell a diffrance with it in the water. September 29, 2010
Great catfish attractant Used this stuff to attract channel cats and caught a 4lb by using the stink bait from this company mixed in this stuff! I absolutely love it. September 6, 2010
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can i use it in a river?

if i put it in a river will it go away with the current or will it stay near me?
7 months ago
 - Southern Indiana
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The lighter part of the chum would go with the current. But the heavier parts would stay near you.
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