Today we’re going to review my Panko Carp Bait recipe that I use to catch carp and catfish with, then put it to the test by fishing with it! First off, let’s go over the ingredients I used to make this bait.
- Old Fashioned Oatmeal
- Canned Corn
- Strawberry Jell-O
The first step is to simply drain the corn from the can. Next, fill a large bowl with the contents of your oatmeal, and then repeat the same step with 4 cups of panko. From there, remove the entirety of the strawberry Jell-o and place that in the same bowl as the oats and panko. Now place your recently drained corn into the same bowl and mix thoroughly. Make sure to keep that drained corn juice in a separate bowl, and add about half of that remainder into the same bowl as the rest of the ingredients.
After mixing for an extended period of time, you can now add the rest of the corn juice to the same bowl. Again, start mixing until it starts to pack together and add water if the mixture is still too dry. Continue to mix it together until you notice that the pack is just right!
I mash the finished pack bait into some white bread and put the whole jig head in as well, then smush the entire thing together which results in a huge piece of bait. I rip that piece in half to make more reasonably sized bait. The first fish I reeled in with this bait is a common carp! Other fishers in the area started to take notice of my results and how well of a spot this is to take advantage of year-round.
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