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Discussion in 'Catfishing Baits' started by catboy210, Oct 29, 2006.
redneck soap bait has anyone one used this b4 if you have rating 1-10
I have been to their site before but never tried it. Seems good though but i dont know about using it in the winter.
I've heard of it. I will start using it if regular bait quits working. Or if someone I know gets some and catches something on it. Caught a catfish on berkley power corn once and it freeked me out. Anyway the advertising says it works real good for jugging.
I have never sued Redneck's but ive used zote soap. I havnt had much luck but my uncle has. And we saw a perosn one day with a cooler for of eater sized channels and blues that he claimed he caught with zote soap.
years ago a friend used ivory soap cut into 1/2 squares on a trot line it seem to work well on the ohio river , but iv never heard it being used on rod and reel .
I bought five blocks of it and have tried it on a pole but never had anything touch it. I live in upstate ny so that may be why. I am kind of dissapointed. I guess you have to let it set in the water long enough for the channel cats to find it. supposedly nothing else will bite it. I guess mabey I should give another try tonight I plan on going fishing.
from what ive been told the objective is to use a soap that is made from animal fat, and lacks or has very little artifical scent.
Rednecks and zote soap work about the same. They are not for rod and reel fishing though. Best used on trotlines or juglines.
You are 100% right about that my friend. Trot lines or jugs...