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  1. foghorn220

    foghorn220 Active Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    O/T Some New Fishing Recipe

    WK Outdoors - Recipe's you won't see on Emeril

    Written by J. L. Graham
    Friday, 05 February 2010 13:49

    MUHLENBERG COUNTY, KY - As the early fishing season begins there are a lot of fishermen out there getting prepared for what has been forecasted to be one of the best angling years in decades.

    This week, we’ll be giving you some suggestions on Catfish bait recipes.

    Be warned, however, as there are a few dangers in making these “stink baits.” Granted, the majority of the danger comes from your wife.

    First, we’ll cover a very simple, yet effective recipe. You’ll need some shad for this one, so get that cast net out and head to the river. For this bait, you’ll need about 20 small shad. Take the fresh shad and toss them into the blender. Very delicately argue with your significant other about throwing dead fish into her blender for roughly ten minutes. <a href="http://s29.photobucket.com/albums/c265/gdarnell/animals/fish/?action=view&current=jessefish2.jpg" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>

    Next, add half a cup of corn meal, one tablespoon of garlic powder or garlic salt, and half a teaspoon of sugar. Blend all this together. Take the mix out of the blender and place it in a jar or a bowl. Every day for the next week, shake it profusely for about ten minutes. After two weeks have passed, take a sponge (buy it from the dollar store as it’s cheap) and tear it into chunks. Dip the sponges into the mix (hold your nose) while arguing with your wife some more. Then, put the chunks on a hook and catch some really big Catfish!

    This next one requires some shad as well. On this one, expect some negative feedback from the wife and the neighbors. This is one of my own preferred recipes. To this point, the biggest Cat I’ve caught on it has been a 20-pound Blue Cat. Get about half a five-gallon bucket full of shad, any size will do. Cut them into chunks, not using the heads. Then, in the bucket, pour four containers of juicy raw chicken liver over them. Proceed to pour a quarter of a cup of garlic salt or garlic powder (powder is best) over them. Mix all this up well. Seal the bucket with aluminum foil and set them out in the sun for two-three days, depending upon the weather. You want them to get really warm and stinky. Be watchful, as this recipe doesn’t only attract catfish, but also regular neighborhood cats. After a couple of days, pull them out, put them into sealed containers, and freeze them for future fishing trips.

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    Lastly, we have another recipe that allows you to catch some really big cats and several really big insults from the wife…again. Once more, this one requires a blender. Run to your local bait shop and grab three dozen minnows. Run to the lake or river and get one quarter cup of natural water. You’ll also need a half cup of shredded parmesan cheese, a box of cherry gelatin, two tablespoons of garlic salt, one cup of bread crumbs, three tablespoons of soy sauce, and one quarter cup of molasses. Mix all this together in the blender (including the minnows) and then mix it with flour until it has a good doughy-type consistency. With this recipe, there is no waiting. From here you can go straight to the water and catch those fish. On a side-note, this bait holds together better when used on a treble-hook.

    These recipe’s have proven very effective for local catfishermen, in both catching big catfish and catching a lot of colorful words from your wife. Good luck with both! Until next week, see you in the woods!

    Outdoorsman of the Week

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    This week we are featuring Terry L. Graham as our Outdoorsman of the Week. Sadly, Terry passed away last year. Those who knew Terry knew him to be a true hard-core outdoorsman. Terry loved to fish, hunt, camp, and enjoyed all outdoor adventures. Terry has hunted and fished all across the United States and several places outside our nation. Terry was ex-military, a soldier that served his country well. We will never forget you Terry, or the adventures we shared with you.

    Want to be featured in our Outdoorsman of the week? Send a JPEG image of one of your outdoor adventures to authorjlgraham@yahoo.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with information in the email.

    J. L. Graham
    WK Outdoors
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  2. dimapower

    dimapower Member

    Jul 29, 2009
    Nice! Stink baits are awesome.
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