Bee Attractors

March 19, 2012

The bee attractor technique, is one that probably is used more in literature than in practice. The angler catches a honeybee or bumblebee, puts it in a covered glass jar, makes it angry by shaking it, and then places the bottle in the water tied to a pier.

The flittering and buzzing insect drives sunfish and other species crazy, leaving them readily catchable.

An alternative is to place minnows in a bottle to attract carnivorous fish such as bass. If you use the bee approach, it’s probably best to avoid the insect when you are finished with it.

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