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Berkley® PowerBait® Attractant

   

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8 oz.

Bass

Model:
BABA8**

8 oz.

Crappie/Panfish

Model:
BACP8**

8 oz.

Walleye

Model:
BAWA8**

8 oz.

Trout

Model:
BATR8**

Berkley's PowerBait Attractant's exclusive liquid scent and flavor formula strategically disperses to create a ''smell path'' to attract fish. Helps to stimulate strikes in inactive fish and mask offensive odors; neat and easy to use. Can be used on soft plasitcs or hard baits such as crankbaits. 8 oz.

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Fit awful smell but seems to help catching panfish and crappies June 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by it works it works. it is worth the money. a couple of drops on power eggs or live bait will get you more hits than with out it. November 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Interesting Aid My fishing buddy had some of this, so I decided to get a bottle of Bass. Can't prove it, but I think it helps enough to keep using it. Don't know if it actually calls in the fish, but once they bite it seems they hold on longer. Perhaps they like the taste and slimy feel once they grab it. June 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by would not purchase again The attractant is very thick and rolls off the bait when you apply it to your lure. Maybe I didn't shake it long enough but 15 to 20 seconds should be enough. April 4, 2013
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when making my own plastic lures i will put Anise Oil Fish Scent Attractant into the hot plastisol the put it in the lure mold. I would like to know if i could use the berkley powerbait scents the same way.
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Because Kick'n Bass is made from Fish oil it will start to degrade at temps over 200 degrees plus. You have to try it in your set up. You can also ad it AFTER you mold your worms. KNB is not just WATER.
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You would just have to try it out, it is a spray, not a dip, so it may not be strong enough to
use in the hot plastisol. May be best to use as directed by Berkley.
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Sometimes the dye of scents stays on lures and turns colors of lures.
I like clear.
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It is not clear, but a yellow/brown color
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kind of yellow
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 - Paradise, CA
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the attractant looks like light brown gravey and does not change the color of the lure
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The Bass attractant is a light brown color, and will stain soft plastics over time. I do not leave the plastics in the attractant, so I have not had much staining. It is a watery gel-like substance, so it sticks well to the bait.
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Almost clear light tan
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it is kind of like a gravy color
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The Crappie Attractant is like a Med. color brown.
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Its like a surup like texture. My advice is to get the yum 3x attractant.
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