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How are doughballs used as fish bait made?

Find instructions on how to make cooked and uncooked doughballs for fish bait.

Whether cooked or uncooked, doughballs used as fishing bait are simple to make. [©Jupiter Images, 2008]
©Jupiter Images, 2008
Whether cooked or uncooked, doughballs used as fishing bait are simple to make.

There are two types of doughballs commonly used as fish bait.

Cooked Doughball as Fish Bait

Bring 1 cup water and 2 teaspoons sugar to a boil in a pan. Add 1 cup cornmeal and 3/4 cup plain flour and stir over low heat for 5 minutes. Put mixture in a double boiler, cover it and cook it for 1/2 hour. Add extra sugar or honey if bait is for carp. Makes enough dough for 2 anglers for a day.

Uncooked Doughball as Fish Bait

Trim the crust from several slices of rye bread, dampen the bread with port or any other sweet wine and knead it into a doughball. Keep it sealed in a plastic bag to prevent it from drying out.

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