Hamburger catfish bait
I have some hamburger that has gone bad, any ideas on how to use it to make bait? other than mix with garlic, salt and flower!
OOPS should that be flour?
There is a recipe in the homemade bait section
The name of the bait is beef cat
1. 1/2 cup hamberger
2. 1 flat can of cat food
1. put hamberger and cat food into a bowl mix the 2 till they are one consistency
2 roll to what size ball you want place in a pan of water boil 10 to 15 mins take them out let cool put it on the hook and have fun
This is from Randy. vacatfish
You can also just roll the hamburger it's self int bait size balls and fry it enuff to where it will have a good hook holding body. then let cool and then yse it.
Or you could get 2 bags of shreaded sharp cheeder cheese and put some of the hamburger into it and mix well and use it with a looper rig. if it don't want to mix right put in just alittle cooking oil to where they both will mix smooth.
I use Hamburger and Garlic salt and Wheaties and one egg catch Channel Cats and Carp on that mix works well.
Mix it with some limbergs cheese. That should work with some garlic and something to keep it thick.
If it's kept cool.
If it's kept cool the cheese will stay thick enuff to use on a looper rig or something like that.
Would it work better if the cheese was a little runny, it would stick to the looper rig better?
How would you go about making the cheese runny, besides melting it.
8oz. Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
4oz. Parmesan cheese
Mix ingredients knead well and add potato flakes until desired consistency. Make into patties and put in ziploc baggies. Keep refrigerated and while fishing keep on ice.
I use a wad about the size of a golf ball and a #4 or 6 treble with slip egg weight. No leader. Just a swivel.
I also add a little anise seed every now and then.
I have not tried one of the looper rigs yet but I think that might help keep it on the hook!! :D
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put all ingedents in the bag of weaties and smash smash smash
roll into balls and have fun works great on channels