[Bait Formula] How to Use Bait for Wild Fishing of Different Fish Species?

Wild fishing refers to outdoor fishing in some natural waters, which is widely loved by fishing friends. However, in order to have a good harvest in the wild fishing process, many factors should be considered, including: weather, fishing position, personal skills, bait, etc. Among them, the weather and fishing position are more random, and fishing skills also need to be honed.
The bait is the easiest to control and the easiest to see the effect among these factors. Today, I’d like to talk to you briefly about some skills of wild fishing bait.

There are many kinds of baits, including sour, fragrant, fishy, smelly, sweet, etc. in taste type, and red, green, yellow, white, black, etc. in color. Different baits need to be combined with corresponding bait matching methods, such as rubbing bait, pulling bait, scraping bait, dipping bait, etc.
The bait for wild fishing requires more natural bait, especially for big fish in wild fishing. Simply using commercial bait may not lead to good harvest. Some fishing friends may think that some commercial bait will have a good effect in some wild waters that they often fish for, but the adaptability cannot be judged. After all, the water regime of fish varies from place to place. In short, the basic principle of wild fishing and bait matching should generally grasp the three basic points of “color, quality and taste”.
The color of bait is generally divided into yellow, light yellow, red, green, brown and other colors. When making wild fishing bait, the color of bait and the diversity and comprehensiveness of the fish caught must be considered.
Fishing crucian carp is generally yellow or red. Yellow bait is pure fragrance, red bait is fishy smell, and earthworms or red worms can also be hung for fishing. Earthworms and red worms are all red in color.
Green bait is usually used to catch grass carp. Of course, the best is pure natural grass. It is also very effective to make nests with grass, fish with grass, or fish with tender leaves of reeds.
Carp is an omnivorous fish. Large particles of various colors such as red, green and brown can be seen in commercial bait. After a carp bait is prepared, it will mostly be brown, or tender corn kernels can be hung directly.

The texture of bait is generally divided into soft, hard, sticky, dry and loose states. Bait for small fish generally requires softer and faster atomization, while bait for big fish generally requires dry and loose. If it is an embarrassing fish, the bait should be soft and sticky, and the bait should last longer in the water. If insect bait is used for fishing, it is better to use live on-site hooks for insect bait, which is more attractive to fish.
The taste of bait is generally divided into sour, fragrant, fishy, smelly, sweet and other tastes. Small fish like bait with larger taste, especially the heavier the fishy smell, the faster the fish will be lured. Big fish like to smell some bait with lighter taste. As far as fragrance is concerned, light fragrance, leaven fragrance, flower fragrance and grass fragrance are the normal fragrance types. As far as acid is concerned, light yeast acid and fruit acid are natural acids.
The general requirement is that the taste of bait must be “pleasant”. Smooth mouth is the highest standard we want most. Fish have extremely developed sense of smell and taste. The “taste” of wild fishing bait is aimed at the fish’s very keen sense of smell and taste. However, in the environment where fish live, almost all natural smells are weak and faint, and it is impossible to have all kinds of strong smells that human beings can encounter almost every day. The human’s own likes and dislikes and the adaptability of extremely developed senses must not be taken as the absolute criteria for judging the quality and height of homemade wild fishing bait.