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Discussion in 'Bluegill Fishing' started by joe shmoe, Jul 13, 2007.
i need to know the best baits for catching bluegills by sat.
Mealworms or Redworms work quite well for bluegills
Crickets also works well to.
I have the best luck with crickets.
This time of year here I use small grass hoppers. You might even catch a couple bass or even a catfish.
worms work good... flys on a fly pole work good to
berkley makes power wigglers I like the pink ones.
thx ill try some of them
been tearin up around here on wax worms.
been doin good on beemoth and red worms here in indiana
Id have to agree with Brandon. I think meal worms work the best. Get a eal small hook and they fit on there perfectly. Good luck!!
get a small jar of crappie nibbles,I like the yellow ones the best.just use a size 10 hook and put 1 nibble on the hook and if there are gills around you will catch them,also you dont have to worry about trying to keep anything alive and can keep them in your tacklebox and have bait when you need it,hope this helps you out
I agree redworms and a #8 or smaller hook but preferably a flyrod and tackle will take the most!:wink:
I use wax worms on a black gnat fly fishing hook size 10
i wouls have to say crickets is my #1 favorite. and then waxworms.
Good old Canadian Nightcrawlers cut on #8 Aberdeens from Eagle Claw.:0a23:
Catching bluegill with a rod and reel or pole and line is OK if you got lots of patience and just want to kill some time...
If you need the smaller fellows for bait, don't waste time with hooks and bait... just get one of them floaties that you put chlorine tabs inside of for the pool... stuff it with crumbled stale bread and just toss it out into the water where the bluegill frequent. Wait until the floatie is being banged around pretty good by the 'gills, making it move and bounce a little. Then, simply toss your cast net over the floatie and pull up your bait, floatie and all. Works every time!
Thanks gotta try that.:0a23:
We kill em with red worms and crickets...
We use either crickets or red worms.