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Baiting catfish hole #13489914 03/27/20 02:21 AM
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I never done it before. What time of the year do you start it. I fish Roberts so goin up in the timber off the main channel what are the best depths to start out with I would think water tempt would have something to do with it also. I have several old toe sacks to use was hoping to try and go every other day to fish and make sure it has feed. Going to get some stubby bait. Thanks for your help

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Re: Baiting catfish hole [Re: rlfisher] #13489999 03/27/20 04:17 AM
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Now is a good time to start. 2,10 fow. Look for trees that have birds roosting in them. throw out about a gallon of sweet feed at each location
do this at 4or5 locations. starts fishing at your first locations .don't set in one spot to long move along. good luck

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