Steak - is it good CatFish bait?


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    Lydia

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    Default Steak - is it good CatFish bait?

    anyone know of a good...cheap...easy way to prepare some olddddd bottom round steak thats been frozen...unfrozen..and froze again? but in blood??

    think it would be a good bait?

    any ideas would help..hehe...love to get the stuff out of my freezer!!!

    thanks !! ;)

    Ga Fisher


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    Albert McBee
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    Default roast for bait? I think not

    I'd just cut it up into small chunks and fry it. Serve it up to your favorite hound dogs... but don't eat it yourself and above all, don't waste your time trying to make it work as fish bait.

    You might wait until warmer weather then use it as crawfish bait in a minnow trap...

    Beyond that, add it to your round file and relegate it to the landfill.:crying:


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    I bet the turles would eat it, if the channels wouldnt. ;)

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    Paul
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    My wife cleaned out the freezer one time and I tried using something that resembled a steak. I got what I thought was the biggest catfish around. Till I got it in and turned out to be a leatherback turtle.

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    Frank Smith

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    Feed the dogs or feed the crawfish. Other than that send it to the trash heap.
    Frank:p

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    Josh
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    It might work there is only one way to tell though.

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    Wayne

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    We used to use old steak for bullheads, stayed on the hook real good. Never tried it for bigger cats, but don't know why it wouldn't work, esp. if it's good and bloody.

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    Jerry Trew
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    I've alwalys had much better results using pork rather than beef, particularly bacon, salt pork, and chitlings.


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