Atlas-Mike's® Extra Strength Gel Scents
Over 25 years of product research and testing went into developing Atlas-Mike's Extra Strength Gel Scents. Proven effective for a wide variety of gamefish, these special concentrated scents are combined with a sticky formula that holds scents on lures and baits longer, producing more strikes and more fish. Comes in an easy-to-use flip top bottle.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by sierrafishing Great product I bought the "trout" scent to use with the floating eggs I normally use. I was fishing the other day and had lazily not applied any scent to my bait. A fish started playing with the bait. It did so for quite a while without actually taking the bait. I reeled the bait in, applied Atlas Mike's scent and cast back to the same location. The fish began toying with the bait almost immediately except this time it took the bait and ran with it. I set the hook on a nice rainbow. I like this scent because the odor isn't as offensive(to me) as some other products and it stays on longer because it is thicker. It is easy to apply and sure seems to get the fish to pay more attention to my bait. July 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dom1n1ck A very good product If you want to catch more bass use this product. It stays on longer than those sprays. The scent is better than those fish oils and it won't stink up your tackle box. I use this all the time. March 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by nachito Trout scent This stuff is great and it doesn't have a really bad smell like other products Ive used. Also its very easy to use bottle you just squirt out the amount you want. Its very thick and you don't have to use very much since it looks like its concentrated. If you get it on your hands you can use it to remove odors from your hands and it dries quickly. Once in the water you can see the scent trail it leaves in the water. this stuff drives trout crazy. Ive used it on all my fishing trips and I haven't got skunked yet. I also put some on my lures and it adds another element to the lure October 18, 2010
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