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Chum #13313239 10/16/19 12:37 PM
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I bought some chicken scratch yesterday . I filled a 5 gallon bucket 3/4 of the way and then added water.I am going to let it set 2 weeks. I may have to add more water later. right?

After 2 weeks I am going to try Ray Hubbard or Grapevine.. Do I just find a spot near timber and toss it around the boat?

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Re: Chum [Re: Bentman63] #13313342 10/16/19 01:55 PM
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With this cooler weather, two weeks may not be enough. If you can keep it warm, you’ll get the fermentation going.


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I like your location choice. I would also want a creek channel next to that timber with some deep water close.

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Re: Chum [Re: Bentman63] #13315212 10/18/19 03:16 AM
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I used sour grain for years but found something better. Now I use horse and mule sweet feed. Use it right from the bag you don't have to sour it.

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Originally Posted by lamar44
I used sour grain for years but found something better. Now I use horse and mule sweet feed. Use it right from the bag you don't have to sour it.


Hadn't thought about that. I bet they love it. I know deer do.


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In the Winter place an electric floor heater about 18” from the bucket away from delicate noses. It won’t take two weeks to stink.


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Originally Posted by Littlefeather
In the Winter place an electric floor heater about 18” from the bucket away from delicate noses. It won’t take two weeks to stink.


Hey ,that is a good idea..and I have one too..I am going to do that when I get home today..thx for all the replies everyone


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Add a can of beer to it.

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Add some beer as mentioned, or just add some yeast. Will get it going, but needs to be warm as mentioned.

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Originally Posted by KEGracing
Add some beer as mentioned, or just add some yeast. Will get it going, but needs to be warm as mentioned.

Good luck all.
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when I get home after work I am gonna add some beer and put it in front of a heater.I may even have the old lady sit on it naked


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Pics of the heater?

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Ok that’s hawt! thumb thumb

Your definition of naked is different than mine though. nuts bang




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Re: Chum [Re: Bentman63] #13316498 10/19/19 10:33 PM
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well my heater doesnt work. It worked last year. I did put beer in it and set it in the sun


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I found another heater. I rotate the bucket now and then and stir it. I am going to do it all week. Then I am going to hit lake fork saturday with it


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