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Discussion in 'Catfishing Baits' started by TX Fisherman, Dec 20, 2006.
my best friend wants to know if fishing with cheese for catfish works? does it?
Yep, It's not uncommon to catch a channel while fishing for trout with cheeses like Velveeta. It seems cats will eat just about any thing you offer given the right circumstance
cheese (in various forms) is a common ingredient in alot of prepared baits (punch & dough). Mixed or by itself, it is a cat attractor/bait
Yes Cheese is a very good bait the more it stinks the better it isoooh:
Mark and Nick a couple of old fishing buddys who don't get out much anymore used to make their own. Its a dip bait.
Its just cheese and eggs.
Generally its cheese scraps from a near by cheese factors and a couple of dozen eggs in a 5 gallon bucket.
I guarantee they will take the recipe to the grave though.
Lots of guys use cheese in fish traps. Of course thats just something I heard since fish traps are illegal here in Iowa.
lots of luck
Cheese is the base of many commerical baits on the market today. And fish seem to love it .Buy the stinky type it will draw the fish to it.
The game wardens looking for the biggest outlaw commercial fishermen in these parts follow the cheese trail. Nough said !
I have used Ivory soap and cheese blended together.It works well for me.
I make a lot of homemade baits and I use cheese in most of them.
My neghbor says cheese works well, but I have never try it.
Liquid infant formula
whats liquid infant formula?
It's the stuff that replaces breast milk for newborn children.
Can't remember where I read it, but a few years back I read about some guys running a test on what type cheese catfish like best. They used stinky cheese and Velveeta type cheese, but what worked best for that particular test was plain old cheddar cheese cut in small chunks with nothing added to it.
limburger cheese is the foulest smellin cheese it works great by itself or in dough bait.
seems like cheese would act like a glue between other materials in dough bait. I always use cut or live bait though so what do I know.
What? no toe cheese?
Left over process cheese from the cheese factories (with many types mixed together) mixed with a thickener was the all time best channel bait I ever used. My uncle would split a barrel with a bunch of other guys. I haen't had any since he passed away.
im gonna try cheese next time out
I agree it stinks (an understatement) but is a great bait. I have two big pieces sitting in the freezer (triple sacked) waiting to be used. What astounded me was watching a program on cheese made in Wisconsin and seeing people in a bar actually eating grilled Limburger cheese sandwiches. I can eat most anything but I'm not that tough!!