Tuesday, August 13, 2013

How to Make Corn Dough Carp Fishing Bait

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How to Make Corn Dough Carp Fishing Bait
Carp may or may not be picky eaters, but most anglers agree they like corn with various flavorings. A corn dough bait works well for carp fishing.

Instructions

 

    1 First, get a casserole dish to cook the bait in.
    2 Next, add 2 cups of cracked corn to the casserole dish.
    3 Measure and add 8 ounces of vanilla flavoring or flavoring of your choice to the dish of cracked corn.
    4 Fill the casserole dish with just enough water to cover the cracked corn.
    5 Once you have the flavoring and water added to the dish of cracked corn, take a spoon and stir well.
    6 Place the casserole dish in the microwave and cook on high heat for 25 to 30 minutes. The cracked corn will absorb the water and flavoring. Cook it long enough for the largest pieces of corn to begin to soften.
    7 When the bait is done cooking, remove it from the microwave and stir a little. Then, pour into a bucket and place the lid on the bucket to seal. This bait will be ready to fish with in about an hour.
    8 When you get ready to use this bait, put a couple of corn pops on your hook, then get out about a fist full of this bait and make a dough ball around your hook. Pack tightly, then cast out and get ready to catch some fish.

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