CatDaddy has previously offered a lot of tips on setting up a beanhole and you can find an extensive archive of articles here on JimandTrav.com that will give you the step by step instructions. However, focusing on the "where" rather than the "how", CatDaddy says location is important. In order to get the most scent dispersal and attraction from your fermented bean concoction, he recommends finding a spot that is about five deep and sits in close proximity to a twelve to thirteen foot drop off into a creek channel. This kind of location is prime as your beans will not only float along the top shallows and attract fish in those places, but as they begin to sink, they will fall off the creek ledge and attract the big hosses at the bottom, as well. CatDaddy says he uses a 1-ounce weight on his line to help pull his punch bait to the bottom and he likes to crank his line up slightly so that the bait is lingering just three to four inches off the floor.
Listen in as CatDaddy talks fishing over the beanhole, using Asian carp as bait, and much more.