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    Saw a guy yesterday cast netting for shad . he was doing pretty well .
    we started to chat and he informed me there were no baitfish around that area when he got there .
    it was flat about 6 foot deep . he went on to tell me some of his friends that cast net for shad frequently bait the area with whole kernel corn if the bait is not there .
    And hit it again in about an hour or so .
    Not sure if it was what caused him to net them up so well or not , but to be sure he swore by it .
    and he was chumming with corn when i got there .
    might consider it you like to cast net for shad , it isnt my thing but to be sure he was loading up a live bait holder with them
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    Was he using canned whole kernel corn or dry feed type corn?

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    Interesting
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    buds I know use whole kernel corn in can and put it out to draw baitfish and catfish with them. works is all I can say couple times we did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cattoon View Post
    ... dry feed type corn?
    … is too hard and harms the fish. I chum with canned sweet corn ("no salt added") or frozen corn (cheaper than canned.)

    Corn is an excellent bait. Most fish will take it.
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