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Does cheese attract fish?

Asked: pat, Last Updated:

Cheese is a well know bait among anglers. Using cheese as fishing bait is fairly simple. Although it doesn't matter which type of cheese you use, since the fish aren't exactly picky when it comes to dairy products, strong smelling cheeses (like Danish Blue or Blue Stilton) are more preferable.

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