A New approach to Catfish Bait.

A New approach to Catfish Bait.

From the time I was old enough to walk, fishing has always been a way of life for me and my family.  From spending long nights at Lone Star Lake tied onto what we called the "four poles" to running trotlines at Lake O the Pines In the "Duck Pond" we know fishing.  I've used night crawlers, cut shad, ivory soap, beef blood, chicken livers, cheese dip bait (YUK) and the list goes on and on.  I was introduced to the technique of dough bait in 2002.  I have since modified the original recipe to make it market friendly and in my own opinion just works better.  I would like to introduce to you the only Non stink, all natural, mess free, NO animal bi product dough bait on the market today.  Its freezer safe and kid safe, stays on the hook better that any other dough bait on the market, even in swift water.  If you have used 4-M Catfish Dough bait in the past, you know how well it works and we would like to hear from you.  Please feel free to leave a comment and pics below.  Thanks for your time and happy fishing.

9 comments

  • Joe Magill

    Opening a bait and tackle store in Ore City Texas near lake of the pines and interested in stocking your product. Please contact me about vendor requirements at this email or at 903-916-1895. Thank you
    Joe Magill
    Magill’s Bait and Tackle

  • Joe Magill

    I am opening a bait and tackle shop in Ore City. I am interested in possibly carrying your bait. Please send me some info as I could not see where you are located either. Please e-mail me info please.

  • David Scott

    Just got 8 pound tub today going in the morning let you know how it works. If world good I will be ordering. Wish me good luck.

  • Joanne Vaillancourt

    It really does stay on the hook, at least through a second cast. It doesn’t stink and it catches fish! I like it and will order more.

  • John

    Can this be bought in the Huntsville area? Do you need a sponge on your treble hook for it to stay on better?

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