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Had a nice day fishing at a new spot with a new bread crumb, sweet corn and jello pack bait. Caught nice 10 pound mirror and a small bullhead. The middle of the day on really hot days seems to be producing the most bites and hookups. Video soon to come 

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Thanks for the info.  And, nice size mirror.

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Nice mirror. Just think how big it will be later this year. Seems like you have a good recipe for packbait. Many of us experiment so we don't condition the fish to ignore the usual flavors.

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14 hours ago, (TN) Cannonball said:

Nice mirror. Just think how big it will be later this year. Seems like you have a good recipe for packbait. Many of us experiment so we don't condition the fish to ignore the usual flavors.

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Great work! I use a different flavor (sometimes an entirely different packbait) every time I fish for that very reason.

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Here is the video we made using the new pack bait.  Not a whole lot of action on it but I will try it again.  I was using fig newton bars before the hung on the weight a little too well.  Next plan is to try peanut butter, bread and corn

 

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Fig newtons???? That is one of my favorite cookies!  If I fished with you, I would eat all your packbait........without a glass of milk. That is a quality video. Keep up the good work with fishing for carp and sharing your adventures with the forum. Thanks.

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