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 Post subject: catfish hyderabad
PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 1:54 pm 
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on chicken liver


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 Post subject: hi
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Have u tried that? Does that really works
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Works like a charm. And you can use is as ground bait too! Just blend some into a smooth paste and then make mudballs with it. Chuck these in and see what happens after a while.


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:wink: I hope you are saying this for freshwater fish, does this works for saltwater too.. :wink:


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Sorry mate. This is a freshwater thingy. I have never tried it in saltwater. But it should work.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:11 am 
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G.S.B,

My friend chicken liver and chicken intestine work great for Catfish (I have done that).
Try that in Kovalam in the back bay area (Near the dock) with a #2 hook and you will know :-)

You can take those cats alive and let 'em swim in that place where the big GTs visit and hold ON to your rod :D
I don't really bait fish, but have seen catch 40 lb GT from the surf using a fresh whole catfish (cast and retrieve like a plug).

I would go with chicken liver than the intestine. You know why .... [smilie=holyshit.gif]

Cheers,
Maruthu


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 Post subject: Re: Hi
PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 11:21 am 
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g s b wrote:
:wink: I hope you are saying this for freshwater fish, does this works for saltwater too.. :wink:


Guys fishing for mullet, bream do this in saltwater, not with chicken liver but with Ragworms..


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:wink: Maruthu, Thanks for that info, Ill be in Kovalam on 17 of this Month,
Ill surely give it a try :wink:

RGDS

G S B :wink:


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nice information


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 Post subject: chicken liver
PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 1:14 am 
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As far as catfish go, chicken intestines go really well. If you plan to use them in the evening buy them in the morning ( they need the aroma). Have not used chicken liver but will give it a try. Does it need to be partially frozen or natural?

Monch


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