Cooler of channel catfish bait

Discussion in 'Catfishing Baits' started by IfishFORcatfish, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. IfishFORcatfish

    IfishFORcatfish New Member

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    california
    5 bluegills
    blood of chciken livers
    chicken livers
    12- 24 large night crawlers


    blen all of those in a blender and set aside get a bucket or whatever else you can find and put the mixture in it. and 50/50 of flour and corn meal .
    when mixed it should be a dough. rool balls into bait size pieces and let sit in the sun for 2 hours or just use them fresh.

    when using this you should use a bobber. let the bait sit 5-8 inches from the surface because channels have over bite so it is better for them to get ahold of.

    have fun getting a cooler full of catfish!!!!
     
  2. CJ21

    CJ21 New Member

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    I think, u got the right stuff, to land a few.
     

  3. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    I don't think my ol' lady would allow me to use the blender for making bait. That is reserved for margaritas and other such fru-fru drinks. Perch and worm flavored drinks suck. Mwah, ha, ha.
     
  4. IfishFORcatfish

    IfishFORcatfish New Member

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    lol use an old one lol or you can always ways buy a new, fresh , and clean one lol
     
  5. colten

    colten Member

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    The worms and livers just give the fru fru drinks a kick.:crazy:
     
  6. catman529

    catman529 New Member

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    That would be great, except for the fact that I broke my blender when I put baitfish in it and they had some rocks mixed in:crazy: . I didn't realize that until one blew a hole in the plastic container section. It is a Sunbeam - anybody have a replacement part?:wink:
     
  7. gadzooks

    gadzooks New Member

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    Go to Goodwill, Salvation Army, or other thrift store and buy one there for only a few bucks. If you are lucky, there may even be a commercial blender in the batch. Try before you buy.