The hot water turns the action on the bean hole up to high as the heat helps to better disperse the scent of the beans and punch bait that he is throwing. CatDaddy says there is an explosion of action as soon as he dumps the fermented beans into the water. He notes that his clients are consistently catching 3 to 17-pound catfish, the perfect size for eating. Using punch bait on a hat sponge, CatDaddy notes that because of the extremely sticky texture it takes at least 15 – 20 minutes for the bait to start dissolving. Even after the punch bait appears to be gone, the hat sponge is soft and retains a lot of scent so it’s still very effective at producing bites. Put on the sunscreen and get out there with some stinky beans. The flatheads and blue cats are biting right now, and you don’t want to miss out on the hot summer action.
Be sure to check out CatDaddy online where you can find out more about him and even book a trip.
Go fishing, and catch the blues!