Baits for Shad – Sardine Ground Bait

The Whole Sardine Shad Killer Ground-Bait and Trace

The whole sardine shad bait must be the best possible ground-bait for shad in most circumstances. This bait can be used anywhere along the South African coastline, where-ever shad can be found. There are many variations of this trace used for other species, and with different whole fish baits – e.g. Red-Eye Sardine and Mackerel. No doubt this trace and bait combination will be successful anywhere in the world shad (also known as Elf, Bluefish and Taylor) are found.

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  1. #1 by Ray the Fisherman on 23/08/2012 - 21:01

    Mike – Just want to thank you for writing this great elf bait post for my blog. Looking forward to the next one. Any chance of a post about that musselcracker bait you like so much?
    Next time you are in my neck of the woods, give me a call. Looking forward to wetting a line with someone who knows fishing so well, and can show you some good fishing spots near MB (and return the hospitality you extended to Jen and me)
    Ray.

    • #2 by Mike on 23/08/2012 - 21:52

      You’re welcome Ray.

      Watch out for the Musselcracker Bait… and some more shad rigs too.

      I’m having a bit of a problem with net connectivity at the moment, so have a backlog of outstanding work, so these may take a while.

      And yes – thanks for the invite. Would be great to hook up so to speak.

  2. #3 by Lynda on 30/07/2012 - 17:32

    Fun!

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