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Chumming Cat's #13192273 06/21/19 03:53 PM
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How do you guys go about chumming for Catfish
Bait
Water depth
Under Water Structures
Time of year
Anything other info.

Re: Chumming Cat's [Re: YellowDogFish] #13192541 06/21/19 07:52 PM
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sour maize spread out where you are going to fish

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I hear of folks dumping prairie pellets, 20% protein or more so they sink if you can't handle the stench of soured grain.

Re: Chumming Cat's [Re: YellowDogFish] #13194435 06/24/19 03:21 AM
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Right now I'm fishing flooded timber and I chum with range cubes and sour grain mix. The reason being the sour grain will get them in quick and the cubes will keep them feeding longer where you put them out.

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Tater,
How much are you throwing out?


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Re: Chumming Cat's [Re: YellowDogFish] #13194970 06/24/19 07:45 PM
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I have one of those plastic Baseball bats and I fill it about 2/3 full with cubes then pour the sour grain in and let it run through the cubes.I'll put about three of those in each spot. Also this is only for the flooded timber. After the lake goes down and the cats have a hard clean bottom to feed on then it's sour grain only for me.

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I dump 2 bags of range cubes, then come back the next day and dump one, then come back the next day to fish.


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Originally Posted by RetiredYaker
I dump 2 bags of range cubes, then come back the next day and dump one, then come back the next day to fish.



Those are $36 catfish OMG not to mention fuel and bait


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Originally Posted by mreed
Originally Posted by RetiredYaker
I dump 2 bags of range cubes, then come back the next day and dump one, then come back the next day to fish.



Those are $36 catfish OMG not to mention fuel and bait


That's all! Sign me up.


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cracked corn
it sinks

do this behind my Dads home
at Lake Arlington

you can fill an ice chest
the next day

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It's kind of fun turning a dull bag of milo or range cubes into a nice pile of fillets.
I guess a person could batter those range cubes and pop them into hot grease if the fish refused to bite. barf


Just one more cast!

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Originally Posted by Jimbo
It's kind of fun turning a dull bag of milo or range cubes into a nice pile of fillets.
I guess a person could batter those range cubes and pop them into hot grease if the fish refused to bite. barf

Better fish with wennies so you can snack if they don't bite smile smile

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Put out at least 5 gallons of sour maze when you get ready to fish. grin



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Originally Posted by BillS2006
Put out at least 5 gallons of sour maze when you get ready to fish. grin


You put out that much, don't plan on fishing for a couple of days after.


Just one more cast!

Re: Chumming Cat's [Re: YellowDogFish] #13217237 07/17/19 12:44 PM
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I use range cubes to chum. If I am fishing a new area I try and fish 3 days in a row. The first day I fish then chum about 2 to 5 pounds when I leave. I come back the next day and repeat the process of fishing and then chumming when I leave. The third day I fish and usually set some records. Range cubes work good for catfish but really draw in the carp and buffalo if they at around.

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