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#10768435 - 04/14/15 07:38 PM Dough Bait Advice?
OuttaLuck Offline
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Registered: 04/23/14
Posts: 10
I'm going to the Texas Freshwater Fish Center, or whatever it's called, in Athens in the morning, and currently making some dough bait up. My current stock is 12 lbs of fresh chicken livers, 7 packs of hotdogs, a package of velveeta cheese, and some dough bait I'm thinking of making up. I've been reading around and found some recipes that look more like a kid's snack than bait...which could prove a problem with a a 9, 5, and almost 4 year old.

What I've come up with trying is taking 2 lbs of the chicken livers, some chum bait that worked well to attract em last week down there, and coming up with some idea of holding it together...I've been reading cornmeal works well, any other suggestions to get that stuff to hold together long enough to attract a bite from something longer than 10" in their little fish pond thing? Thanks

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#10768962 - 04/14/15 10:59 PM Re: Dough Bait Advice? [Re: OuttaLuck]
Chemdawg Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 01/22/13
Posts: 1236
If i were you i out put the chicken livers in the blender blood and all pled up real we'll add ur chum and strain the water out it is going to be pretty sloopy already then add some some of a blocl of your cheeks or melting in a pot on low 2-3 with out this cheese it will motor then likely be to soupy and if you try to add the flowet without the cheese it ill just get waterlogged and fall off the hook quick same with corn millil sound like it would make a good but but it might me costly

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#10768966 - 04/14/15 11:01 PM Re: Dough Bait Advice? [Re: OuttaLuck]
Chemdawg Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 01/22/13
Posts: 1236
If i were you i out put the chicken livers in the blender blood and all pled up real we'll add ur chum and strain the water out it is going to be pretty sloopy already then add some some of a blocl of your cheeks or melting in a pot on low 2-3 with out this cheese it will motor then likely be to soupy and if you try to add the flowet without the cheese it ill just get waterlogged and fall off the hook quick same with corn millil sound like it would make a good but but it might me costly

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#10768967 - 04/14/15 11:01 PM Re: Dough Bait Advice? [Re: OuttaLuck]
Chemdawg Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 01/22/13
Posts: 1236
If i were you i out put the chicken livers in the blender blood and all pled up real we'll add ur chum and strain the water out it is going to be pretty sloopy already then add some some of a blocl of your cheeks or melting in a pot on low 2-3 with out this cheese it will motor then likely be to soupy and if you try to add the flowet without the cheese it ill just get waterlogged and fall off the hook quick same with corn millil sound like it would make a good but but it might me costly

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