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    Stoped at the Safeway to get some chicken breast and Strawberry Kool Aide to make catfish bait and no strawberry Kool Aide. How does a safeway run out of strawberry kool aide? Substituting strawberry Crystal Light.
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    I have used gizzards soaked in cherry koolaid and garlic salt with moderate success. There is nothing better than cut bait or worms though.
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    Still no strawberry kool aide around here. Was wondering than chicken breast with just garlic would do. Think about it and using chicken liver alone seem's a really good bait and can only smell like chicken guts! Think I'll put some sardine's in with my chicken and chrystal light, chicken of the sea!
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    Still hven't got out to try my catfish bait, boat still in the shop. Got to thinking about it a day or so ago. Have two bags of the chicken breast and opened one and threw in a can of sardine's. Now if a catfish will eat chicken with kool aide and garlic on it I can't imagine adding sardines wouldn't help. Closest thing to natural food in it and the oil has to be stinky!
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    I use Bar-S jumbo franks, raw, cut into 3/4" pieces, and sprinkled with Grape Kool Aide, in a ziplock bag. These pushed onto a 3-0 circle hook, and fished either on a bobber, or on the bottom, do the trick very well for me.

    Bar-S dogs are the best I've found, as they sink ..... Most others I've tried float, and don't lend themselves well to bobber fishing ! A few tossed in to chum the area seems to get their juices flowing pretty quickly.

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    Really hard to believe some of the bait we fish with that actually work! Nice fish!
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