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Bream or Carp for Juglines? #12833989
07/19/18 03:59 PM
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Cut bream or carp for juglines? Prefer shad but they don't freeze well,

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Re: Bream or Carp for Juglines? [Re: Big_D] #12834231
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Re: Bream or Carp for Juglines? [Re: Big_D] #12834318
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I would go with carp if frozen. Fresh anything will probably outfish frozen though, when it freezes a lot of the liquids like the fats freeze out of the bait so it doesn't smell the same. Plenty of ponds rivers and creeks that have sunfish that are catchable from the bank the evening night or morning before the trip.

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Re: Bream or Carp for Juglines? [Re: Big_D] #12834736
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Put some chicken in the rotation and you may be surprised-
Just slice off some from thighs or drumsticks-


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Re: Bream or Carp for Juglines? [Re: Big_D] #12834903
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Either one, man, use what you can get. I prefer salted bluegill, but it isn't like the catfish will pass up a nice chunk of carp drifting on a jug.

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Re: Bream or Carp for Juglines? [Re: Big_D] #12834905
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Think I'll try to keep them on ice by putting a couple of onion sacks on top of the ice to keep them out of the water from the melting ice.

Re: Bream or Carp for Juglines? [Re: Big_D] #12834908
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Re: Bream or Carp for Juglines? [Re: Big_D] #12835974
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I'd still go with the bream


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