I tried Muddy River Catfishing's Chicken Liver Chum Bait VS my Garlic Hot Dogs and the results were amazing. I took this experiment to my favorite Texas fishing hole expecting different results. This stuff is good and will be put into my catfishing arsenal. Check out Muddy River Catfishing on youtube... he's a pro As requested, I put a list below of the gear used in this video. Tight Lines Everyone!
More videos at http://www.wilderlore.com Like and Subscribe if you want me to make more videos like this Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/WilderloreBushcraft?ref=hl Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/Wilderlore In this video I demonstrate how to make a traditional Indian Fishing Hook. The shaft of the hook is made from pine with the barb made from bone, both are lashed together using a pine root. It must be said that the bone could of done with being a bit thicker but I was pushed for time to find a more substantial piece. bushcraft,carving,woodcarving,carving,wood,knife,axe,forest,green woodcarving,survival,woodland,nature,woodwork,camping,scouting,campcraft,backpacking,outdoor,skills,tips,gear,guide,tool,trainig,Survival Skills (TV Genre),Survival (journal),wilderness,militry,survival school,crook knife,crook,spoon knife Music by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
For beginner anglers, the hook aisle at a tackle shop can seem overwhelming. Fishing hooks come in hundreds of styles and can be used to target many different species. Follow along with Take Me Fishing and Eagle Claw as we explain the anatomy of a hook as well as the three main types of hooks on the market. For more fishing how-to information and tips, visit Takemefishing.org.