same here, although i havent had any luck other then the notorious bait stealers (perch).Ive been using the good ole fashion live night crawler - also the blobs of powerbait works ok - aleast thats what ive been having luck with
I've been fishing stocked lakes, penhorn mostly. I think i might give the power bait grubs a try, seeing as i already have some, as for the dough stuff i've had no luck, and worms just seem to get stolen more then anything. I was also wondering if there are any rivers good for fishing trout around hrm?Where have you been fishing?? It may be that there are very few, if any trout at all in those waters. Regards...
lol ya I was starting to wonder if u were the rep, I do a lot of sea run brown fishing,usually with raps. I never tried the gulp minnow but I might be sold.Gulp Minnows 2.5 inch (watermellon pearl color),I find to be the best all around trout bait for speckles at least here in Lunenburg County. I have converted several die hard worm and minnow fisherman who now exclusively use gulp. Just rig it on a 1/8 OZ jig head start casting and retreiving with a little rod action once in a while. If you get around brookies they can't stand it. All you need is package of jig heads and a bag of gulp and throw them in your pocket. Each minnow should be good for three or four fish before it gets too beat up. Also great for smallmouth, perch, chub, browns,rainbows mackeral, just about anything that swims. And I am not the gulp representative for Atlantic Canada, just found something that consistently works for me and my buds. Good Luck.
Only once and I'm sure there was probably just no fish in the lake. An old friend of mine is a real BS'er, and said he knew a great spot for trout. So we went and used them and never had a bite.i agree billy ,u ever try those gulp minnows?