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#12351506 - 07/21/17 10:43 AM Chumming Channels structure
oakpointaggie Offline

Registered: 04/02/16
Posts: 142
What are the key elements you are looking for while baiting a hole for channel cats? Do you look for something different when just chumming verse baiting? Curious of some of the successful Channel guys opinions.

Thank you

#12353625 - 07/22/17 07:12 PM Re: Chumming Channels structure [Re: oakpointaggie]
taterpop Online   content
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Registered: 01/30/13
Posts: 849
In the summer on Wright Patman lake I look for morning shade it's good for the cats and for the fisherman. On baiting a hole I just chum and if I catch in that spot then as I leave I chum it again.If you fish two or three times a week and do that they will be there. It's just baiting a hole with chum. Sour wheat/milo/corn.

#12353753 - 07/22/17 08:38 PM Re: Chumming Channels structure [Re: oakpointaggie]
Buff2 Offline

Registered: 04/08/09
Posts: 163
Loc: Avinger TX
I'm no help....
My first experience with it was today.
I baited 4 spots.
1 in 10' of water
1 in 15th' of water
1 right beside the channel in 20' of water
And 1 on a hump that was 25 to 15

We caught fish on all 4 locations

#12354533 - 07/23/17 02:45 PM Re: Chumming Channels structure [Re: oakpointaggie]
Jimbo Offline
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Registered: 01/18/03
Posts: 16002
Loc: South Texas
Look for likely areas,....Brushy shorelines, rocks, gravel bars, deep holes, dropoffs, shallow flats with weeds or pads, etc.
Chum a spot and if you don't get a bite within 20 to 30 minutes, move and try another spot.
Never hurts to go back to a spot that just looked too good.
Just one more cast!


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