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Q:There's a lake on our property that was stocked around 15 years ago. It's just under 2 acres(Depths vary from 0 to about 15 feet deep). There are bass, blue gill, a few grass carp, crappie, bullheads, and channel catfish. The lake is not over-fished at all, if anything it is under-fished. All other species of fish are healthy(there has actually been an increase in the number of crappie we have been catching), but for some reason we never catch channel catfish anymore(we can catch plenty of bullheads though). Could it be possible that the lack of fishing allowed the bullheads to over populate and cause the channels to die off?
Q:Regarding ways to fish for Asian carp, Has anyone used dough balls or catfish globs that are sold at walmarts? how about chunks of hot dogs? All beef or some other? What about steelhead and/or salmon skein? they HAVE to like something other than plankton, don't they? Has anyone come up with a "plankton pellet or ball?"