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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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This is really a huge advantage for an outfitter, because clients can hunt a much larger area and stay on fresh baits throughout the hunt.
For example, red imported fire ants, Solenopsis invicta Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), prefer to carry granular baits back to the nest rather than consume liquid baits in situ (Kidd et al.
Bait: Power Bait Mice Tails and Magic Dust, Pink Power Bait Eggs.
Running the baits with the guide that first morning, the huge scat pile revealed this was where I'd hunt.
More information about TERRO indoor and outdoor ant bait products is available at www.
Research has shown that clupeid and cyprinid fish baits are more effective than formulated baits in cooler waters (Huner et al.
We used commercial fox baits (Impfstoffwerk Dessau Tornau GmbH, Rosslau, Germany) that contained 50 mg of the anthelminthic praziquantel (Droncit Bayer AG, Leverkusen, Germany).
The McKenzie River Guides Association, which represents about 100 professional fishing guides, proposed eliminating bait on two sections of the river to protect the dwindling population of native "McKenzie redside" rainbow trout.
Early morning limits were recorded by anglers throwing Power Bait, and Berkley Gulp baits.
About $490 million of that total went to purchase lures and other artificial baits, says Forbes Darby of the American Sport-fishing Association, a trade group based in Alexandria, Va.
Then we use a combination of baits to exterminate the rest.
These trials represent the most stringent conditions which will rarely be encountered in the natural environment because these sharks were trained to feed and expecting the bait to be edible.