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Even though it's still cold everywhere, (We're getting flurries in GA today) I wanted to know what your favorite bait for catfis

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  • #16
    For stank I use Shad sides that have been covered in salt. When I run lines I use live bluegill and have always had good luck.

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    • #17
      i like both ill usally take a mix and then try and test both see wich is more productive and go from there. If im using stinky im using liver or worms in garlic butter. if im using live im using either pieces of sunnies or a frog on a heavy split shot and if none of them work im using hot dogs or bread

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      • #18
        I love fishin for cats, I usually use nightcrawlers but for stink bait, DOCS, it's a stinkbait they make in Iowa, it's the only stinkbait ive baught and has worked. Turkey liver works good, ive noticed it stays on the hook better. Otherwise try making your own stink or bloodbait, thats what im going to focus on trying this year.

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        • #19
          For Channels and Blues I use fresh shad,I normally catch it with a cast net and use it as fresh as I can, if I can't catch them I will use frozen shad.

          Stinkbaits and dipbaits work really well for channel cats, I make my own stinkbait and dipbait and it does the trick for good eater size channels.

          Beef Liver, Beef Heart, Shrimp, work for channels and blues as well.

          For Flatheads I use only live bait, large fresh perch (bream).

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          • #20
            Chicken livers or stink bait is what I used!!!

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