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Good Fishing Bait Tip

Discussion in 'Wildlife' started by Gazo, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. Gazo

    Gazo Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    Highly unexpected place to find fishing bait


     
  2. Woodland

    Woodland Extremely Talkative

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    I've watched another video from this guy:



    He's really quite good. I've watched a few more now, not seen one that isn't worth watching yet.
     
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    ReubenBushcraft Quite Addicted

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    I've made a pocket fishing system ( asking for hooks/swivels) and need a wee container full of bait... What bait can be kept in a container that won't smell or lose functionality?
     
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    elliott92 Very Addicted

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    ye this dude's good, i've sat and watched all through his videos. no live bait reuben. but you dont need live bait, just get some artificial maggots or sweetcorn and your sorted
     
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    See, me and my friend went fishing with sweetcorn a few years back, and it didn't work.... Was it just us or do the fish we have (don't know what type) not take it...
     
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    thats fishing mate. sometimes they love it, sometimes they dont. ive caught fish with all sorts of weird crap you dont think will work, sometimes it does and sometimes it doesnt

    most important thing in fishing is picking your spots right
     
  7. Rob

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    Iv'e used sweet corn, lunchen meat, Heamp seeds, Dog food, and turn over a rock and find something crawling, all works but as Elliott says its all in picking ya spot :)
     
  8. Gazo

    Gazo Administrator Staff Member Site Donor

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    Pepperami is good can be kept a good while easy to pack very smelly and oily and if you don't catch anything just eat it :)
     
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    think ive got some floating around somewhere, havent got the time to get to the post office over the next few weeks though. should be able to pick some up from your tackle shop for a few quid. if you go in there with a tenner you would get all you need for a little bushy fishing kit
     
  11. ReubenBushcraft

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    No outdoor shops near me :( and the only ones are tisos and cotswold...