BAIT FISHERMEN CATCH MORE AND BIGGER FISH!
CATFISH – Channel, Flathead, Blue
PANFISH – Crappie, Bluegills, Yellow Perch, White Perch, Rock Bass, Bullheads
ROUGH FISH – Carp, Suckers, Gar, Bowfin, Eel, Sturgeon
SALT WATER and FRESH
BAITS – Minnows, Shiners, Chubs, Crayfish, Crabs, Nymphs, Dough Baits, Cut Baits
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It’s no secret that bait fishing gets results. No lure or man-made device can replace the natural selection of foods that all fish feed on daily. The largest largemouth bass are regularly taken on golden shiners. Forty-pound plus flatheads hit with the most gusto on live bluegills. Some fish species will hit natural bait only. Sturgeon and carpsuckers fit this category.
All in all, for maximum results, fishermen should use natural bait!
What exactly is natural bait?
Natural bait is most commonly thought of as any fish food normally found in the fish’s habitat. This includes minnows of all varieties, crayfish, clams, shrimp, a legion of aquatic insects, red worms, and night crawlers. Because of their origin, many prepared baits and doughballs are included in the natural bait category.
Fishermen wanting the best results under the greatest range of conditions should make a study of bait and how to best use it. Just plopping a bait out might get decent results, but there are tricks and techniques which will greatly improve the bait’s effectiveness.
Bait will help you catch the the fish you want — the most, the biggest and the nastiest lunkers around!
Baitfisherman.com is the secret of fishermen who use bait. Our site is devoted to solid, how-to-do information which will help you catch the long stringers of bigger fish. It gets you away from the gadgets and into proven, fish-catching methods that work in hard-hit waters! We covers all species of fish and all bait methods. Bookmark us for constant contact and increase your fishing results immediately!