http://www.catfishedge.com - Baiting a hook with cut shad or cut bait for catfishing. This video walks you through some essential catfishing information on the correct way to hook cut shad or cut bait and something to watch for when baiting your hooks to prevent missing fish when catfishing with this type of bait, especially when fishing with circle hooks for catfish. Cut shad and cut bait are a very effective bait to use when fishing for blue catfish. This video walks you through the process using the Daiichi Circle Chunk Light Circle Hooks and while it demonstrates the use of shad in the video the process is the same regardless of what type of cut bait you are going to be using for your catfish fishing. To get more essential information and learn more catfishing tips and tricks visit http://www.catfishedge.com
been fishing all my life for big cats I'm 25 largest cat I've caught is about 15 lbs tell me what can I do to catch my 50 lbs cat I've always used chicken liver so if I go to using shad would I have better luck on my big cat?
Despite the negative comments the idea behind this video is incredibly important and overlooked. Many people including myself forget such basic concepts such as bait twist and hook exposure. This idea is relevant for all types of cat-fishing too.
Great video!!! My wife and I often review your educational videos before headin out. We always catch another great tip no matter how many times we watch. Keep posting and thank you for taking the time. we've really learned a lot from you!!!
This is more of a general circle hook question, but can you rig a strip (fillet) of cut bait on circle hook? Is it at simple as just hooking it once and letting it hang? Or is it better to hook it, bring it to the top (near the eye of the hook) and then hook it again near the bottom? Thanks!
I've used shad a few times and had absolutely no luck. In my expirience cut bluegill, redear, and sunfish, except the green sunfish, will catch blues, bullheads, and large channels. Flatheads prefer them alive. I've heard the green sunfish work too i've just never had any luck with them. Beware of gar, turtles, and cottonmouths as they also love this bait and can become quite annoying.
Thanks chad, I have always used spoiled shrimp or liver just had some shad laying around that I got while fishing up at bear lake and thought I would give it a try I will see how they like it out here tomorrow.
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