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first catfish of the 2011 catfishing season

Curran

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bloody deer meat , from around the wounds , when i butcherd the deer i keep the clots and clotted meat to use for cat bait
That's a good idea. I'll have to start doing that for turtle jugs. I usually just pitch it in the can.

Thanks for the idea & congrats on gettin' a line wet!!
 

Curran

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it work great for turtle lines cause its very hard to pull off , the blooddier the better and if you soak it in a attractant , it will hold the smell a long long time
Exactly. My Grandpa & I usually use old beef or something tough like that so it stays on the hook & smaller turtles don't strip your line. Can't wait to go out & set some jugs this summer.
 

Riverdude

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I got a deep freeser full of spoild meet when I was away from home my freezer went. I have the freezer working again but no way can I eat it. It without a doubt has a great stink smell to it. Would be good for Yotes as well.