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Don’t forget the buffalo #13977652 04/28/21 08:38 PM
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The buffalo fishing has been amazing the last couple of weeks using range cubes as bait. I have been catching a couple of hundred pounds of fish a weekend. It should continue to be really good through June. Look for a place where fish are rolling. These fish are usually carp or buffalo at this time of year. Chum for three days with range cubes, then use range cubes as bait. Depending on the lake or river, 10 to 20 pound fish are common.

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Re: Don’t forget the buffalo [Re: Osbornfishing] #13977675 04/28/21 08:51 PM
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Barry you have caught some "Might Fine" fish this year. Keep it up! Good job. cheers


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Re: Don’t forget the buffalo [Re: banker-always fishing] #13977682 04/28/21 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
Barry you have caught some "Might Fine" fish this year. Keep it up! Good job. cheers


Thank you sir. You have had your share of nice ones also. hooked

Re: Don’t forget the buffalo [Re: Osbornfishing] #13977790 04/28/21 10:26 PM
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Here's a tip from a very non professional. If you want to chum with range cubes, but don't want to fish with them, most feed stores have cottonseed meal available. Use that to make a doughbait and it will mimic the smell and taste of the range cubes.


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Re: Don’t forget the buffalo [Re: Osbornfishing] #13978889 04/29/21 04:28 PM
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Yep, I'll take the bullet and admit I did not know what "range cubes" were until 2 minutes ago.

Mr. O, are you throwing that big fish back?

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Re: Don’t forget the buffalo [Re: Texan Til I Die] #13978897 04/29/21 04:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Texan Til I Die
Here's a tip from a very non professional. If you want to chum with range cubes, but don't want to fish with them, most feed stores have cottonseed meal available. Use that to make a doughbait and it will mimic the smell and taste of the range cubes.


what is the recipe using cottonseed meal for doe-bait???

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How many pounds of range cubes did you go through? That buffalo is Huge!

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Here's a tip from a very non professional. If you want to chum with range cubes, but don't want to fish with them, most feed stores have cottonseed meal available. Use that to make a doughbait and it will mimic the smell and taste of the range cubes.


what is the recipe using cottonseed meal for doe-bait???

I don't really have a fixed recipe. Coottonseed meal, a dash of vanilla extract, water, and something to use as a binder. I like the tops off of cattails, but you can also use shredded cotton balls or something similar.


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Re: Don’t forget the buffalo [Re: Indianation65] #13979362 04/29/21 10:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Indianation65
Yep, I'll take the bullet and admit I did not know what "range cubes" were until 2 minutes ago.

Mr. O, are you throwing that big fish back?

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Re: Don’t forget the buffalo [Re: Budlitego] #13979382 04/29/21 10:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Budlitego
How many pounds of range cubes did you go through? That buffalo is Huge!


I buy the cubes 100 pounds at a time (2 bags). I throw out five big double handfuls at the end of the day. After three days you can usually tell if fish are around. I usually fish 5 rods at a time and use the cubes as bait. They only stay on the line about 30 minutes, depending on the bag. I try and have about 100 drilled cubes for bait if I am fishing most of the day.

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