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Both craw fish and minnows are commonly used as bait for gamefish such as bass. Craw fish are also very tasty if you can catch enough. This is a trap ...
Cut a horazontal slit in the bottle with a knife then use sissors to cut along side the label. Next cut the label off.
Simply turn the piece you cut off over so the neck is in the bottle and staple it shut at the top.
Some final details are putting small holes in the bottom to help it sink and a string that will allow you to tie it off to shore. Rocks in the bottom ...
Find a creek or river where you see craw fish and set your bottle trap there. Fill it with water so that it will sink and then tie it to a near by bus...
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