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Beef liver for bait?

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I used chicken liver and gizzard, caught me Catfish, cod, n some unknow species off the surf.

 

Try it, give it a go n let us know what u catch.

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I’ll bet it would work for catfish, also for crab if you wrapped in in some of your wife’s old nylons, and put it in a trap. Otherwise the crabs would tear it to shreds. 

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I soak my Pilchard with chicken liver blood instead of fish oil. Caught me plenty Bonito, Mullaway n Snapper as well. 

So, never try never know. I bet the fish everydays eat the same species for foods they might get bored as well like us human. Once in a while try different things no harm. I wont eat fish n chips everydays, would you? Lol.......

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It’s a tried and true bait for freshwater cats. Supposedly stays on the hook better than chicken liver too. Not sure about the surf but certainly would be an interesting experiment. 

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14 hours ago, Good2Go said:

I’ll bet it would work for catfish, also for crab if you wrapped in in some of your wife’s old nylons, and put it in a trap. Otherwise the crabs would tear it to shreds. 

I use cotton gauze. Either sheet and tie it up like a hobo bindle or tube and knot the ends.  

Atleast it will biodegrade if it breaks of.   Nylons, not so much

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3 hours ago, PSegnatelli said:

I use cotton gauze. Either sheet and tie it up like a hobo bindle or tube and knot the ends.  

Atleast it will biodegrade if it breaks of.   Nylons, not so much

Good point. Maybe use cheese cloth instead. 

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