Berkley PowerBait Natural Scent Trout Bait
when all else fails.....
After the Trout stop biting on corn or Roostertails, Powerbait never fails. If there are any trout around, they can't resist the Natural Scent Trout Bait.
I use a #8 Truturn hook and shape the Powerbait to look like a tadpole on the hook.
Limit in no-time. The Corn or Flourescent Orange work best for me, but I can't wait to try the Nymphe.
Come on...Trout Season!!!!
March 2, 2010
i do best with the garlic or nymph colors. fish never stop biting it. i use a 12 size treble hook and get em all day. this is a must for all trout fishermen in lakes. i fish from the shore and it works perfect! one of the average fish you can catch with it in utah!
November 10, 2012
Slay the trout
Being in Southern Ca. most of our trout lakes are hatchery stocked, while there are many ways to fish these hatchery trout, I don't think there is a better way than Berkley PowerBait Natural Scent. It is not uncommon for us to have 50+ fish days using this bait and last week I caught a 16# rainbow with the corn flavor. The way we use it, is with about an 18" leader and a #18 treble hook and just enough bait to float the hook, roll it between your palms and make a small worm like piece. Put a slip weight above your terminal tackle so that your bait can float anywhere from 8" to 18" off the bottom and your going to do great. This is a great product!
January 1, 2007
Natural Scent Bait
When I heard that trout eat corn, I remembered seeing this product and told myself I have to get a jar of the corn flavor. I wasn't too impressed. It doesn't stay on the hooks very well(especially when drifting). I've been using size 16 and 14 trebles. I did manage to make it better though. I mixed 1/2 of this corn bait with 1/2 of Berkleys extra scent glitter bait for hook holding purposes. It's worth using now but wish I didn't purchase it. It does catch fish however, but it's not worth the hassle of wondering if it's even on the hook by the time it hits bottom. Use other berkley dough bait products.
December 5, 2008