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#10761739 - 04/12/15 12:11 PM Would they still be fresh?
teenfisherman Offline
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Registered: 07/29/09
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Loc: Lubbock
So, this next weekend I am going to be going to Hubbard creek Thursday evening, and then driving to Dallas Friday mining to buy a new kayak, and then fish Hubbard creek the rest of the weekend. I have no idea where to catch bait around Hubbard creek, but I know I could catch a ton of big shad Thursday morning before I go to school. If I kept them on ice all day Thursday and into the weekend, would they still be fresh enough to catch cats on? Or would I be better off just buying chicken breast and using dead red through the weekend.

I always catch them under a bridge early in the morning at a local pond.

Also, where could I find some shad right now in a lake? Shallow banks, lighted docks, boat ramps? Early or late?


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#10761937 - 04/12/15 02:30 PM Re: Would they still be fresh? [Re: teenfisherman]
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Put them in gallon bags to keep the water off of them, keep them iced down and they should be fine.
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#10762195 - 04/12/15 05:15 PM Re: Would they still be fresh? [Re: teenfisherman]
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Awesome! Thanks for the tip, didn't think about keeping them in bags.
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