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The tubs were full of neatly coiled line carrying a big hook each few feet; and the testing and baiting of every single hook, with the stowage of the baited line so that it should run clear when shot from the dory, was a scientific business.
A POLITICIAN seeing a fat Turkey which he wanted for dinner, baited a hook with a grain of corn and dragged it before the fowl at the end of a long and almost invisible line.
The fish was free of the hook, and she baited afresh and dropped the line over.
Currently, a trapping system using traps baited with aggregation pheromone plus fresh agave tissue is used for monitoring S.
Other guys were putting out three or four rods in rod holders and not catching many fish, but I was fishing near them with one rod in my hand baited with CJ's Punchbait, and catching 15 or 20 channel cats.
Steve has been running baited black bear hunts for years and has always had brown bears coming to many of his baits.
Although all of our sites had been periodically baited, none of the leopards whose tracks we saw had ever been "sat on; let alone shot at or harassed.
The study also showed just over half of respondents topped up the bait every five days, while around four in 10 only baited where infestations were obvious.
Steve Jones had all bream in his 18lb bag when he baited with pellets on Willow Lake at Trefaldu Fishery and, on the nearby Kingfisher Lake, Alan Thomas netted 30 tench and carp when he used maggots as bait, while pellets worked for Martin Fraser and Damian James, who both caught over 40lb of carp.
Traps, usually placed at a density of 25-75 per ha, are typically baited 2-6 times per week with low-value clupeid or catastomid fishes, or with commercially formulated crawfish baits.
While some traps are used either baited or unbaited, others are always used with baits.