Thursday, July 25, 2013

Stinkbait recipes

Stinkbait recipes are extremely popular for homemade catfish bait but probably not for those with weak stomachs. How nasty would this be?
  1. Half pound to a pound of cheese
  2. Raw pork
  3. Raw perch
  4. A head of garlic
  5. Garlic salt
  6. Dog food
  7. A hand full of minnows
  8. A splash of flour
Take the cheese and melt it in the microwave for about a minute.  Chop the raw pork and perch into pieces and mix them together. Chop the garlic and add both the garlic, garlic salt and melted cheese into the mixture. Stir in the wet dog food, minnows, and enough flour to give it a doughy consistency. Mix all of the ingredients in a food processor and bait using a treble hook or a bait tube.
If that is too disturbing of a stinkbait recipe, leave at least a pound of chicken livers in the sun for a few hours. Chop up the meat and mix it with a pound of hot dogs in a blender or food processor. Obtain a bottle or jug that has at least a gallon capacity and fill it with the chicken liver/ hot dog mixture and a full loaf of shredded bread. Add a can of corn, two cans of nacho cheese, ¼ bottle of Tabasco sauce, and twelve diced worms. Pour the entire mixture onto a flat surface and, using gloves, knead it until it is doughy and thick. Return it to the container and place it in the hot sun for 3 hours.

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