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MountainBassMon Mar-25-13 05:15 PM
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I am sure they get eaten by bass. But I would think that spineless fish that live in open water are preferred to camo, spiny, tiny, bottom oriented fish.

I think in general, people tend to overthink everything in bass fishing. Bass will eat something that looks like something living. Unless it displays "aposomatic coloration" which signals "im poisonous" like a newt, it will probly get eaten.

I have caught bas on live sunfish before, so I know they get eatin up all the time so who knows? Myabe I'm wrong. but I think catfish is not a prefreed food item!

Ryan Thoni


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Best food for bass growth [View all] , Slough Crew, Mon Mar-18-13 12:47 PM
  RE: Best food for bass growth, jigndoublewide, Mar 19th 2013, #1
RE: Best food for bass growth, MountainBass, Mar 20th 2013, #2
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      RE: Best food for bass growth, MountainBass, Mar 25th 2013, #4
           RE: Best food for bass growth, jigndoublewide, Mar 25th 2013, #5
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                     RE: Best food for bass growth, jigndoublewide, Mar 25th 2013, #7
RE: Best food for bass growth, Slough Crew, Mar 28th 2013, #8

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