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Stubby’s cheese bait questions #13624983 07/09/20 07:42 PM
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I have never used Stubby’s Cheese Bait, therefore I have a few questions, basically how to use it. Do you have to use a treble hook, how to apply to the hook, and does it work well on jug lines? How long will it stay on the hook before there is a need to rebait? Thanks in advance for the education.

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Re: Stubby’s cheese bait questions [Re: Po Boy] #13625541 07/10/20 03:15 AM
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We use a #4 treble hook, braided line and no weight. We fish straight down 95% of the time. Send me your number and I will text you a short video of what we do and how we use it. We normally have the bait in the water no longer than 30 seconds over baited holes before we get a bite.

Re: Stubby’s cheese bait questions [Re: littlewheel] #13626413 07/10/20 11:34 PM
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Lil wheel.
Shooting you a pm if you don't mind sending me that video as well.
My go to has been Benny's but picked up two tubs of Stubbys when wet rooster was going out of business.
I think that was the name of the store


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I got it. Just send me your number and I will gladly send the videos

Re: Stubby’s cheese bait questions [Re: Po Boy] #13627412 07/12/20 01:41 AM
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Lil wheel- Sweet. Pm sent!
Po boy - thanks for posting this question

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Best Cajun Line:
"Laissez les bons temps rouler " (Lazay-Lay Bon-Tom Roulay)
Let the good times roll!!!!
Re: Stubby’s cheese bait questions [Re: Po Boy] #13627658 07/12/20 01:35 PM
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i have fished with jugs and various types of set lines . Since i have switched to using Stubbys I just don't need any other type line. on most of my baited spots i pull up and drop a bait then set the hook. most times of the year i can catch a limit easily within 3 hours. So i do recommend Stubby's but warn you that you might decide to fish with one pole shortly after because the bait works so well.

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Back in 2000-2002 we had a place just north of 154 bridge my dad had a baited hole and we caught no telling how many catfish in that 3 year span. During that time dad would go buy punch bait by the 5 gallon buckets from Danny King. Great memories for sure.

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I would appreciate the videos you mentioned. My number is 417 239 7107 . Thanks, Michael

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PM sent for video! thanks

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It works great doesn’t smell bad or anything myself my wife and my 78-year-old mother got a boat limit by 930-945this morning

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I saw the pic of your Mom and the big fish! Way to go

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I've never put it on a jug line because you can catch fish so fast with rod and reel a jug would be a waste for channel catfishing. And I think I would use something like crawfish or shrimp or a piece of chicken over stink bait on an unmanned method such as trotlining or juglining.


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She had a blast

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How does it store? Do you have to refrigerate it or can you just leave it on your boat full time?

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We keep it in fridge. If you keep it in your boat in the summer time it gets soft.

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