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Baiting A Fishing Spot

First, be sure baiting a hole is legal where you fish.

Then, Take a visit to your fishing spot the day before your fishing trip. For catfish, bring a can of cat food with you, an oil based food works best. Take the label off the can and punch several small holes in the can with an ice pick. Use some fishing line to thread through the holes and tie that string to a rock, log or branch hanging over the water. Submerge the can. The small holes will keep the fish from pecking out all of the food, while still allowing the fish to smell it and get a few bites. It will attract many fish to the area and your hole will be chummed up for you that next day.

For crappie, bluegills and bass, bait areas near good cover zones with solid chunks of soybean cake. Then, on the day you fish, go around to the baited areas and toss out a handful of soybean meal on each. The soybean material is extremely rich in protein and draws baitfish (such as wild shiners) and minnows like mad. Crappie and bluegills will come for the small minnows and bass will come for the huge groups of shiners that will gather.


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