How To Use Tube Baits For Catching Catfish

Many fishermen do not realize that the color of the tube bait that they use is extremely important. The reason for this is that certain colors do a better job to attract more fish. Many fishermen like to use green pumpkin colored tubes or watermelon tubes. Although, if the water is clear you may want to consider using white colored baits. Some bait even has two different colors. The reason for this is that it more closely resembles an actual fish in the wild.

Overall tube bait fishing is the best method of fishing out there. Many of the experienced fishermen are stubborn and do not want to convert to the new technological ways that fishing has adapted. The fact of the matter is that if you want to catch more fish on every trip you will want to use tube bait fishing. Attaching the right type of bait is also extremely important when it comes to tube bait fishing.

In general, you will want to attach bait that is high in protein and fat. The reason for this is that this is the type of food that Catfish love to eat. The reason for this is that Catfish are a species of fish that are extremely energetic.

Therefore, they require foods that will be able to sustain them for longer periods of time. Protein and fats are very complex molecules which and means that they will burn for a longer period of time. You may want to consider getting some live fish to attach as bait. The reason for this is that it will trick the catfish into thinking that the bait is a regular fish that it would eat in its natural environment. By using tube bait in association with foods that are high in fat and protein you will be catching tons of Catfish in no time. Just remember that the most important part of fishing is having fun and enjoying yourself on the open water!

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Dan Eggertsen is a fellow catfish fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on catfish fishing since 2004.

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