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Thread: Zote soap
10-28-2005, 07:03 AM #11
I bought 3 bars at the local Food Lion a year ago. Had a lot of fun watching a R &R for several hours doing nothing. Tried it on jugs-again nothing. I still got 1 whole bar and part of another.
Sunlight makes it brittle, so keep it cool!!!
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10-28-2005, 08:15 PM #12
I'll tell you what though, that zote soap is good soap.
It will take blood out of a shirt. My wife stole mine.
10-29-2005, 05:31 AM #13
Zote soap only works on trot lines Gentlemen. You are wasting your time trying to use it on R/R. Zote is a VERY slow bite bait.
Set your trot lines around stump's, that's where I put mine out, and i do pretty good with them. Remember that not ALL bait will work everywhere.
I have caught mainly 1# to 9# Channels on this bait. I also set out at least two trot lines, and put them in different areas, and depths.
I was skeptical about using Zote soap at first, but after trying it out, I became a believer in it. It may, or may not work good in your waters.
Give it another shot, I mean hey it's cheap bait and if you can catch some fish for the table, that's all the better..
10-29-2005, 07:19 AM #14capt.kirkmonster catfish
I have never tried it,but they do have a web site to order from,it has 1
thing going for it if it does not catch fish for you,use it to wash your
nasty hands with.
10-29-2005, 08:39 PM #15
lol, i can just see it now, big mother cats bringing their children over to the soap... saying "Wash your dirty mouth out w/ soap mister... i don't ever want to hear you finning off again"
10-30-2005, 09:29 AM #16