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Bite and Pull #7390153
10/27/21 09:30 PM
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I am looking for a couple of good bite and pull baits. I am looking to use with a collarum.
Thanks
VS

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7390244
10/27/21 10:57 PM
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Note to self- Engage brain before opening mouth (or hitting the ENTER key/SUBMIT button).

Ron Fry

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7390465
10/28/21 08:40 AM
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Wisconsin trapper Jack Hill makes a good one called Buffalo Snot.

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: MChewk] #7391945
10/29/21 11:22 PM
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Thank you.
John Graham has a couple of good bite and pull lures. He bought the company from Gary Jepson. WCS has a Bite and Pull with their Pro Line lures. Does Gary now make the Lures for WCS?

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7391978
10/30/21 12:34 AM
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Originally Posted by varmintshooter
Thank you.
John Graham has a couple of good bite and pull lures. He bought the company from Gary Jepson. WCS has a Bite and Pull with their Pro Line lures. Does Gary now make the Lures for WCS?


I believe Gary formulated the lures for WCS but he doesn't actually make their Pro Line products.

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: silkyplainscoyot] #7392576
10/30/21 09:19 PM
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I ordered some Buffalo Snot. What a name. Two from John and one from WCS. That will give four to try.

Thanks for the help

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7408955
11/18/21 10:33 PM
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Still has a nasty name but I hid several small sticks dipped in the bait and my dog found and ate every one. Made three sets and caught two second night. Real mild small but very effective.

MChewk thanks for the information. This is a perty good bait (lure).

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7409200
11/19/21 09:28 AM
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No problem...I had good results testing it and Jack Hill makes good lures and baits

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7412641
11/23/21 02:23 PM
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Most quality fish oils will work.
I say "quality", so synthetic oils are out

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: LT GREY] #7437301
12/21/21 07:41 AM
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MChewk, not sure if I will order a pint of the Buffalo Snot again. Next time maybe a gal.

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7437391
12/21/21 09:11 AM
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Shooter, I’m finding that the Buffalo Snot thickens up in our cold weather but still very effective on predators. Mr. Hill has developed a good one for sure. I also like his Sweet Skunk lure.

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7447255
12/31/21 10:55 PM
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I have several lures that were designed specifically for This type of use:

Grab & Pull
T-Bone Special
Wyoming Wolfer

Those are all top choices for what you are looking for. I see that 2 pints of one, and several 4 oz. bottles were ordered today, and going to various parts of the country.

I also make a few batches of M-44 #1 and M-44 #2 every year, but I try to reserve them for people that are actually using M-44's.

As mentioned, I bought Fur Country Lures from Jepson, in 1996, (26 years ago)

In the original line of Fur Country Lures, Bonanza Mild, and also Blaster Bonanza are good for the application that you are looking for.

Re: Bite and Pull [Re: varmintshooter] #7447529
01/01/22 09:33 AM
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Thanks John...this is the first year that I played with the “bite and pull” type of attractors. Did some preseason scouting with it when I was beaver trapping for my landowners. The Bonanza lures have produced well for me throughout the years....decades. Look forward to trying these new lures in the future.

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