Baits

Some articles on baits, bait:

Striped Bass Fishing - Bait
... Striped bass can be caught using a number of baits including clams, eels, anchovies, bloodworms, nightcrawlers, chicken livers, menhaden, herring, shad, and sandworms ... At times, striped bass can be very choosy about the baits they take ... Because of the wide variety of baits that are known to work and their finicky nature, they are considered among fishermen as being an opportunistic or "lazy" feeder ...
Marlin Fishing - Black Marlin - Fishing Techniques
... Black marlin fishing has traditionally conducted with rigged dead baits, both skipping and swimming ... Baits range from two pound scad to dogtooth tuna and narrowbarred mackerel of twenty pounds and more ... The use of live bait is also popular for targeting both large and small black marlin and under the right circumstances is extremely effective, although sharks ...
Angling - Baits - Spreading Disease
... diseases and parasites The capture, transportation and culture of bait fish can spread damaging organisms between ecosystems, endangering them ... to slow the spread of fish diseases, including viral hemorrhagic septicemia, by bait fish ... trout and salmon should not be used as bait ...
Marlin Fishing - Blue Marlin - Fishing Techniques - Natural Bait Fishing
... Rigged natural baits have been used by sport fishermen seeking blue marlin since the 1930s and are still popular ... Rigged natural baits are sometimes combined with an artificial lure or skirt to make "skirted baits" or "bait/lure combinations" ...
Fishing Bait
... Fishing bait is any substance used to attract and catch fish, e.g ... nightcrawlers, insects, and smaller bait fish have been used for this purpose ... Fishermen have also begun using plastic bait and, more recently, electronic lures, to attract fish ...

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