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bait

a preparation containing a palatable food substance such as raw meat, carrot or bran and a pharmaceutical or poisonous substance. The purpose is to introduce the medicament or poison into the unsuspecting animal.
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Strategic use of bait is more effective than frequent use of bait.
For sailfish anglers, finding bait in deep water is a recipe for success-especially in the winter.
Coumatetralyl (Racumin) bait was prepared by mixing molasses with whole maize grain, and racumin master mix (0.
Punchbait is made to work best if you use a stick to push a treble hook down into the tub of bait so you end up with a nice little wad of bait that won't sling off when you cast it, and it won't wash off in current.
El potencial atractivo del desecho de cerveza y los cebos comerciales Nu-Lure[R] Insect Bait, Buminal[R]y Bugs for Bugs[R] Fruit Fly Bait en la presencia / ausencia de acetato de amonio o carbonato de amonio hacia machos y hembras de Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel) y B.
The percentage of consumption of the bait was calculated and then the data were filled in special tables.
Muscat: An icon of preserving history and also a historic monument, Bait Al Zubair Museum is filled with rich history and stories that span generations.
In an effort to reduce bear numbers, Alaska is allowing residents and non-residents to hunt both brown and black bears over bait.
Baits: Orange Sparkle Power Bait Eggs, Chartreuse Sparkles Power Bait Eggs.
Frankly, it was that scat pile that had inspired me to set a blind on that bait to begin with.
Foraging at night, they regularly make a meal of the slug bait with no apparent ill effects.
3 has been integrated successfully into raccoon rabies management programs in Canada and has shown promise when used at higher bait densities for eliminating residual rabies foci in skunks (8,9).