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Discussion in 'Catfishing Baits' started by Wallbass, Aug 26, 2007.
Are Creek Chubs as a cut Bait more oily than Blugills?
Not sure oily is the best way to describe. but scented and slimy yes. They will leave a nice scent trail and Both channels and Flats will take Cut chub.
Dunno, never had the ambition to try and catch them but I've seen guys hammer fish on them. I don't use cut bluegill much as I've never had much luck on them and they don't seem to be particulary oily or "fishy".... Good Luck!
Oily no but they have a strong fish smell.That blue gills dont have
I have used cut and whole chub with great success in the past. I used a minnow trap with just a piece of white bread in it to catch them in a creek.