There are tons of fishy things and not so fishy things you can use for bait. Here are a few you can try as the fresh roe/salmon skins are a little tough to get right now.
Stinky seafood catfood (9lives)..mix with chopped chicken livers in a roe bag
Fish guts from any seafood store
Check the local seafood restaurants and try and get some "leftovers"
Five or six fat dew worms tied up with spider line is a good bet
Octupus and or calamari that is a day or two past it's prime is good as well.
Fishy/stinky....or fishy (very fresh) will work................Ortho
Thanks Ortho, but geez i was just wondering where one could buy this stuff....not asking about their secret spots or their first born......just looking to get some bait to go out on my own and possibly one day hook into one of these dinos. Anyways any more info on where to get some bait please forward any info..otherwise...tight lines!
Most of the local fishing stores will have what you need, depends where you are, reaction fly, hub sports in abbotsford, searun in Coq. freds in chilly, I picked up some oollies at riverside in Poco this weekend. Here's a link that will help you get started http://yellowpages.ca/search/si/1/fishing+tackle/vancouver best to call ahead and make sure they have what you want!!!
chilliwack dart has eulogeuns. but,.. there is a super top secret way to rig them they will tell u..... thread ur 9/0 hook through the base of the tail and run the line beside the fish up to right behind the gills. then thred the hook through there. then take ur spider thred and wind that up the fish startting at the head down to the tail. wind right over the tail and up the line an inch or so. the fish will then lay flat on the bottom. the reason u rig them like this is cause the sturgeon take their prey head first. worms, roe and fish heads. if u catch a fish in the fraser take the head and use it as bait. the best thing to do tho is put in a garbage bag and let it sit 4 a week or so tie it in a tree.... :-X barfff.
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