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Jul 20, 2021 15:23:25   #
Lonny Loc: Forest Park, Ga
 
Has anyone used fresh Chicken breast to catch Catfish in they're lakes and streams if so what was the results?

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Jul 20, 2021 15:28:14   #
Ken Bauer Loc: Sherwood Ohio
 
I watched an old timer catch some catfish in a resivour using chicken breast soaked overnight in red jello powder and garlic. he caught probably a 4 pounder. But said he caught a 30 incher eariler in the day.

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Jul 20, 2021 16:32:01   #
Shutupandfish Loc: Columbia River
 
Look at catfish Dave on you tube

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Jul 20, 2021 16:51:09   #
Lonny Loc: Forest Park, Ga
 
Better yet; Steve Douglas, Dieter Melhorn, Catfish & Carp; Chattcats...etc.

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Jul 20, 2021 17:07:16   #
stuco Loc: Northern Utah - Salt Lake City
 
Lonny wrote:
Better yet; Steve Douglas, Dieter Melhorn, Catfish & Carp; Chattcats...etc.


I’ve see Milliken fishing catch big catfish on chicken breast and red koolaid on YouTube.

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Jul 20, 2021 17:21:18   #
Shutupandfish Loc: Columbia River
 
Lonny wrote:
Better yet; Steve Douglas, Dieter Melhorn, Catfish & Carp; Chattcats...etc.


Like Catfish Dave’s ATTITUDE and he didn’t like the idea of chicken breast, liking fresh cut bait, till he tried it fresh outta package no added anything and outfished his skipjack

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Jul 21, 2021 13:19:24   #
Greenyonline Loc: South Carolina
 
Chicken breast cut into bite size pieces, add strawberry Koolaid and some powdered garlic in a freezer bag. Shake and mix it all up. Let sit overnight and you’re done, ready to fish. It will keep a long time if kept in a cooler and refrigerated at home. Catfish love this stuff!

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Jul 21, 2021 13:32:45   #
Whitereb Loc: Lake Guntersville Alabama
 
I’ve used chicken breast in strawberry jello with minced garlic caught some 6&8 lbrs it does freeze well. Had some in the freezer over winter when used it it still was firm and worked just as fresh batch.

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Jul 21, 2021 14:25:03   #
Jeff Rankin Loc: Cincinnati, Ohio
 
Yes — soak in strawberry or cherry koolaide

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Jul 21, 2021 17:53:01   #
Unprr Loc: Okaloosa Iland, fl
 
A old timer was using chicken breast, with garlic, jello . He let it out on his deck for a day or two and was pulling in keepers. He must have pulled in a dozen, within three hours

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Jul 21, 2021 17:54:54   #
Unprr Loc: Okaloosa Iland, fl
 
PS, I went home, made doom and didn’t get a hit. He must have left out a secret part LOL

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Jul 21, 2021 19:06:02   #
ranger632 Loc: Calif
 
Chicken breast works great. I mix in garlic powder. Use to put in red jello but quit because turns everything red and still catch them without it.

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Jul 21, 2021 19:35:31   #
Lonny Loc: Forest Park, Ga
 
Thanks I have some cut into chunk-sized pieces in refrigerator been there for at lease 4 days due to the weather would'nt allow me to go fishing lately.... But, I'm glad that I'm not the only one lol

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Jul 22, 2021 10:15:33   #
jepolt Loc: North East Ohio
 
I have not tried chicken breast but have had really good success with inexpensive hot dogs cut into 1 inch PCs then overnight in a zip loc with strawberry jello powder. Got some 6 and 9 pounders the first time I tried it. Also caught a number of nice bullheads. Really worked for me.

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Jul 22, 2021 12:36:28   #
chuckster56 Loc: southern, il.
 
Lonny wrote:
Has anyone used fresh Chicken breast to catch Catfish in they're lakes and streams if so what was the results?

Thats pretty much all I have used this summer, I have caught tons of catfish, don't add anything to the chicken cut it about 1 in wide and as long as the breast is and you will catch big ones!!I've been catching 15 to 18 pounders channels and blues on the breast!! I give you my word they work great.

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