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Bait to Use for Catfish

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Just wondering what bait you like to use for Catfish. Looking to catch some eating fish for a fish fry.

Thinking about going over to my sons lake development and floating around in the Pontoon Boat with some rod and reels hanging off and some jugs a floating around the lake. 

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if you have a dehydrator, chicken livers dried to the consistency of a gummy bear and put in a ziplock bag of kosher salt for a couple of days. you can add other things like soaking them in soy sauce before you dehydrate them, lots of options, I have also dried them to a crisp and ground them to a meal and a fine dough can be made with that powder a pinch in power bait works on trout even better than unspoken. pealed crawfish tails also are great to dry and add to powerbait for trout

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I thought you had to use live bluegill or worms? 

Long time ago some one told me to use strawberry Nehi and Wheaties and it worked in that river.  I also  used whole shrimp a couple times. And soft shell crawdads.  I'm not sure but I think Sonny's dip bait has  a new name, I saw that some where. sss, maybe?

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Here lately I've been using Sudden Impact Punch Bait and it is out fishing Sonney's on regular Treble Hook.

 

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