Slugs as bait
Posted March 05 2001 - 12:47 PM
Posted March 05 2001 - 1:48 PM
Posted March 05 2001 - 4:30 PM
Posted March 09 2001 - 1:07 AM
Posted March 09 2001 - 5:39 AM
Don't the slugs then die? Or do they stay alive (and probably happy)? My garden is full of slugs and my fridge is full of beer--I can probably go a whole season without buying bait for smallie fishing.
Posted March 10 2001 - 1:27 AM
Posted March 10 2001 - 2:49 AM
How do you fish them? Do you fish them on the bottom or drift them? I can't remember ever trying them, but the thought has crossed my mind once or twice. I wonder if trout will hit them, if so bring some to the creek with ya and we'll see.
The key to happiness is 'puters and fish.
Just 'puters and fish. - BillyBob
Posted March 10 2001 - 7:43 AM
Posted March 12 2001 - 5:00 AM
Posted March 13 2001 - 2:18 AM
YOU ONLY USE CHEAP BEER!!!!!!!!
Posted September 25 2013 - 5:47 PM
I use em all the time... better than worms or crickets. I've caught some of the biggest largemouth I've ever caught using fresh slugs. (a 6 pounder last week!) Much better than plastic worms if you're fishing the banks... best part is, slugs stay on the hook much better than most live baits.