Originally Posted By: tgravley aka lewisvillecatfish
Thanks tom! Iv caught thousands of bream and mudcats in traps, used a dozen or more different baits, but never onion slices. Will have to try that one. Hang around here enough and you can learn something every day.
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Minnow traps ..Yes Perch traps ...NOPE The restriction is the opening or throat ....
May be used to take NONGAME fish only. Trap may not exceed 24 inches in length. The throat may not exceed 1 inch by 3 inches. Gear tag valid for only 10 days must be visibly attached. Perch Traps
For use in SALT WATER only.
May be used to take NONGAME fish only. May not exceed 18 cubic feet. Must be marked with a floating visible orange buoy not less than 6 inches in height and 6 inches in width. The buoy must have a gear tag valid only for 10 days attached. Must be equipped with a degradable panel as described for crab traps. Buoys or floats may not be made of plastic bottle(s) of any color or size. It is unlawful to place any type of trap within the area in Cedar Bayou between a department sign erected where Mesquite Bay flows into Cedar Bayou and the department sign erected near the point where the pass empties into the Gulf of Mexico.
Go buy a loaf of the cheapest bread and throw 3 or 4 slices in there for boat..the only play you can't trap bait is public water..meaning any lake or river ect..trap them out of a private pond..I specifically go after the blue rain perch or goggleye some folks call them