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Discussion in 'LOCAL OHIO TALK' started by katkiller77, Jan 25, 2009.
I do well with creek and river chub who else rick
I catch fish on creek chubs also.It seems like I always catch channels in the daytime and flats at nite with them.
very good bait especially for channels in early spring.
i use creek chubs a lot, catch channels and flats on em, also use sucker chubs whn i can get them too
this little creek i usually get bluegill sunfish and chub mostly occasional bullhead and sucker but chubs work well rick
i like using them,but i don't have a place to catch them,and darned if i am paying for them.
this little creek rocks some deep place around 6 foot deep hide some large gill big enough to eat also chub abound there
i'll use any bait thats 5-8 inchs(as long as its legal) especally if its free:wink:
Creek chubs are a great bait! They carry alot of scent, and are also a soft skinned bait making it a prime rib for cats!:wink::roll_eyes::wink: rollo
Yeah I use them a lot. I seem to do better with them at lakes then at the old OH river though. Their the most masterful escape artists ever ! They just amaze me sometimes. They are also a nice long living bait.
Matt Aka Desode
cant go wrong with creek chubs, especially curled, the bait holes i have they are abundant in along with gills, and warmouths(which IMO are some of the toughest gills there are), suckers, shad, carp and i usually can get a nice variety of bait from my holes, which makes it easy to pattern what the fish are feeding on.
I like creek chubs, sucker and carp minnows in the 5 to 8" range. They are hard to come by at times around here.
Iv tied every whay to hook chubs and i just cant keep em alive so i usualy and up just using the head for blues.
In the spring and fall, creek chubs are my favorite bait.
Creekchubbs are great bait, but don't fare well in baitbuckets plus their meat is soft so be careful when casting a chubb.
thats why i lob them instead of casting them rick
I liked using them for channels they seemed to really go after the tails:wink: creek chubs
Hook them thru the lip.That way the current makes them face upstream so water passes over their gills .It keeps them alive a lot longer:wink:
thanks yall for the info ill defenatly do just that!