One article stated "Across Texas, catfish anglers chum streams by placing a fish basket or tow sack partially filled with range cubes in the lair they’re fishing. Because the cubes can stay intact for up to 3 days, anglers can move them and fish from spot to spot."
A post stated "I chum range cubes around my boat dock. Once I lowered my underwater camera down to bottom then dumped some cubes around it. They immediately attracted a lot of bream and a turtle. Did see one channel cat but he didn't sample the cubes. They all dissolved in about half hour but there was still a pile on the bottom. I was chumming to attract flatheads."
Another article stated " Range cubes can be used in a couple of ways, you can simply toss them out over the area you’ll be fishing like you would traditional chum or you can place them in a tow sack and simply drop them in the water. Cutting a slit in the bag will release the pellets into the water as they begin to break down. Another way to use the pellets is to place them in a 5 gallon bucket that has been weighted with concrete or a large rock. You’ll want to drill several holes in the bucket that are approximately 3/4 of an inch in diameter. Place the lid on the bucket and lower it into the water with a heavy rope. This technique will work in two ways, attracting the baitfish that will draw the catfish as well as drawing the catfish themselves."
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The answer is found in Jesus Christ who said "I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly." John 10:10
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