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#12298504 - 06/17/17 12:10 PM Cotton seed cubes
catcrew68 Offline
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Anyone chum for catfish with cotton seed cubes.

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#12298506 - 06/17/17 12:12 PM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
taterpop Offline
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Where can you get them ? How much are they ?

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#12298509 - 06/17/17 12:14 PM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
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That's damn good carp chum...used to hammer em on cotton seed meal doe bait...never caught cats on it but tons of carp
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#12298518 - 06/17/17 12:24 PM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
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I knew an old feller that was a commercial fisherman up on Red River and he used cotton seed cake in his hoop nets to draw them in. Nets would be so full of channels and blues he couldn't lift them out of the water. That was back in the 50's way before the stripers took over and ruined the river for fishing.
I was raised with one foot in that river and sure do miss the way it was back then.
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#12298565 - 06/17/17 01:43 PM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
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That's what we used to bait holes for crappie and catfish.
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#12298732 - 06/17/17 05:15 PM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
catcrew68 Offline
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Taterpop, I am ordering them through a local feed store. No one stocks them in my neck of the wood, at least none that I know of. They are a little pricey, 11 bucks for a 50 lb. bag.

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#12300164 - 06/18/17 09:20 PM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
taterpop Offline
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Originally Posted By: catcrew68
Taterpop, I am ordering them through a local feed store. No one stocks them in my neck of the wood, at least none that I know of. They are a little pricey, 11 bucks for a 50 lb. bag.
Thanks. but that's not to pricey at almost 40% when range cubes at 20% are about ten bucks.

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#12300628 - 06/19/17 09:19 AM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: taterpop]
Jamoke Offline
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I've used various range cubes in the past with good results, they do bring in carp buffalo and catfish. I seem to remember that the higher the protein content the better. I think lower protein won't sink. GL

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#12300905 - 06/19/17 11:16 AM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
catcrew68 Offline
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I've had some good luck with soured milo and with soured wheat. The 20 % cubes have not worked very good for me. Maybe just the time and the place. Taterpop, I guess your right, 11 dollars may not be so bad. I'm old school and it seems 4 bucks would be a good price! Lol

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#12303422 - 06/20/17 07:15 PM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
dmr183 Offline
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Registered: 09/13/11
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Loc: San Antonio
Soured wheat!!!

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#12307798 - 06/23/17 07:48 AM Re: Cotton seed cubes [Re: catcrew68]
HumanSeine Offline
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Registered: 11/23/03
Posts: 883
Loc: Mckinney,Tx
Ok, I use cubes mostly so I don't have to smell rotten grain. I think all of the mentioned things work well if you are in the right locations.

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