A good dip bait for the cost.
Recently started using dip baits along side chicken livers. This bait is the only I've found to even come close to chicken livers.
One tip is to make sure you use a hook with some type of material to really hold the bait on the hook. Otherwise it falls off easily. Let it soak for 15-30 seconds in water before casting and you're set!
I've only used the original version and found it to work well. On hot nights, bring a small container of ice to sit this in or it can sometimes become too thin.
Would have given this a 5 star but it didn't meet the success of chicken livers, which is my benchmark for performance (high bar to beat!). Works well with channels and bullheads (sadly).
May 6, 2012
Best Catfish Bait I've Ever Used
Used this yesterday on a cool, less-than-perfect day in a buddy's 1 acre pond and caught 3 channel cats in about 1 1/2 hours. Outfished my friends power chunks, he had the same setup and didn't catch anything. I kind of wish the bait stayed on better in a pond with a lot of moss on the bottom, had to rebait every other cast. I used the original and I thought it did well. 5 stars
April 5, 2012
May work with the right hooks.I used it to marinate cut baits.To messy and no luck with it.
March 26, 2012
Great addition to your arsenol
We use this to marinade the shrimp/mackarel we use for catfishing and this works great! Never fails to produce fish
July 6, 2011
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