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Magic Bait Hog Wild Dip Bait

   

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10 oz.

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  • SKU: 971837

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Chicken Blood

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Catfish love Magic Bait®'s Hog Wild Dip Bait! Simply dip your sponge hooks and then cast to your favorite spot. Easy and effective. 10 oz.

  • Catfish love this dip bait
  • Simply dip sponge hooks and cast
  • Easy and effective
  • 10 oz.
Magic Bait Hog Wild Dip Bait 3.9 5 14 14
AWESOME! I love this bait. I use the original blend though. It doesn't stink as bad as other baits and attracted all the catfish in the pond. It takes less than 2 minutes for me to get a 10 pounder with this bait! (See picture) Use it! October 9, 2011
Hog Wild Cat Fish Bait Loved this product. Had the best luck dead line at night time on the bottom. Caught a 6lb. cat, and that's a pretty big fish for a 125lb. lady. The smell of the bait is not the best, but the cat fish sure loved it. Stays on a treble #4 really good. March 4, 2008
Awesome Stink Bait!!! This is the best stink bait that I have ever used. I had great luck with both the original and blood. It's pretty stinker stuff best to bring gloves along or just tough it out and scrub your fingers in the mud and rinse in the river! Marry this putty up with their tubes and treble hooks and you will be in for a lot of fun. I gotta recommend that you hold your pole. When the fish hit this bait, they will usually hit it real hard. In other words, they will get wise to ya real quick. BE READY TO PULL WHEN THEY TUG! April 21, 2008
Stinky This is some good stinky bait and it attracts the fish. I gotta find somtin it will stick too. The tube hooks didnt hold the bait well at all. Heres a tip. Get some styrofoam an cut it into small squares an stick it on a hook. The more you use that piece the more it stinks an the better the bait sticks to it. I caught a 6lb catfish on it the second cast. Its great and I will buy more. July 15, 2008
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I have the sponge treble hooks and I have the bait, but how should i tie it onto my line? just the sponge or some kind of weight?
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I bought the same thing. I wasted my money on it. What I ended up doing was taking the whole thing apart and just using the rubber orange part and sponge. I replaced the treble hook with an Eagle Claw Circle Sea hook. I catch big catfish, so I needed some real hooks. I tried with the treble hook, but it gets caught in the fleshy catfish mouth too easily. I threw away the line and just put everything back together on a swivel.
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use a split-shot and put it about 4 in. up from the sponge
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If I'm using a sponge rig, then I'm using it on the bottom. I like a 14 lb. main line tide to a barrel swivel with a 1/4 oz egg slip sinker with a plastic bead to protect the knot at the swivel to help with casting. Then tie a 2 foot leader from the swivel to the sponge hook on the other end to finish the rig. Keep the sinker light just to get her down in lake fishin, but river current requires a much heavier weight. Ya don't want the laker cats to feel that weight. The sponge makes the hook float off the bottom right where they like it.
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