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What is the best bait for creek fishing?

Asked: Savard🛠🏎, Last Updated:

Live bait like nightcrawlers, minnows and leeches will catch almost every type of fish, and they're your best options for bottom-feeding fish like catfish, carp and suckers. For predator fish like trout, walleye or bass, small minnow or crawdad imitators are my main choice.

FAQ

  • Can I cook raw salmon after 3 days?

    Raw or cooked salmon is good in the fridge for about two days. Don't try to eat it after the third day, as it probably won't be safe. You can store it in any airtight container or a resealable plastic bag.

  • How do you cook salmon without the white stuff coming out?

    The easiest way to prevent albumin from appearing is to cook salmon slowly over low heat — and to make sure you don't cook it to death. If you are searing it or grilling salmon over high heat, just make sure you cook the salmon skin-side down for most of the time.

  • Are perch and bream the same fish?

    Anglers often call the same species different names based on their life forms: large colorful males can be called bream, while smaller individuals of the same species are dismissed as perch, sun perch, or some other misnomer.

  • Is a salmon color orange?

    So distinctive is salmon's orangey-pink hue that Crayola named a crayon after it. ... Wild salmon get their ruddy shade by eating krill and shrimp, which contain a reddish-orange compound called astaxanthin. (That shrimp-heavy diet is also what turns flamingos pink.)

  • How long do catfish live in a fish tank?

    Catfish are particularly long lived for fish and even Corydoras may live for 10 years or more. Synodontis catfish can live for 25 years, so consider carefully before purchasing them as they will need a forever home.

  • Can tuna be cooked from frozen?

    Oven cook - From Frozen: Remove all packaging. Wrap tuna steaks in lightly oiled foil to form a parcel. ... Cook as soon as possible after defrosting. Once defrosted, do not re-freeze.

  • What temperature do you smoke salmon until?

    Start by prepping your smoker to 225 degrees (F) using a fruit wood (we like cherry or apple for salmon). Place your salmon on the smoker until it hits your desired internal temperature. For tender salmon we cook it to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

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