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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 01:07 AM Thread Starter
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homemade bait looking good

went out to the shed tonight to work on a new bait, it must be just about ready because a minute after i opened the door my pointer bee lined acrossed the yard into the shed trying to find the smell.

im no master bait maker, its only a meat base, dobbins solution and a few other ingredients.
but most of the fun for me with trapping is getting ready for the season. its getting close fellas

i know posts are not as good without pics. i'll get some of the final product. ha, not that anyone else is that excited about my slop...

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 03:36 AM
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Re: homemade bait looking good

I have groundhog chunks that have been marinating since april....they smell good....we'll see how they do!
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Re: homemade bait looking good

two years ago I posted this on here. Take a skunk, skin it then take the entire carcass and place it in a clean five gallon bucket with tight fitting lid ( I use the orange ones from hoomedepot ). The entire thing will be liquid in a few months ( bone and all). Best yote and fox bait out there.

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Re: homemade bait looking good

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Take a skunk, skin it then take the entire carcass and place it in a clean five gallon bucket
I'm gonna recommend taking the guts out too. Mine turned out awful when I let the guts in.
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Re: homemade bait looking good

gonna try it, do you pinhole the bucket lid ?

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