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Jack's Juice Freshwater Aerosol Bait Spray

   

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8 oz.

Salty Shad

Model:
22319
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 876389

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8 oz.

Garlic Oil

Model:
22285
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 876394

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8 oz.

Crawfish

Model:
86546
  • $6.99

  • SKU: 876395

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Unlike other brands that simply coat your bait, Jack's Juice® Bait Spray™ actually soaks into plastics, giving you the edge you need to catch a lot of fish. Whether you fish freshwater or saltwater, Jack's Juice offers a scent for all your fishing conditions! 8 oz.

Jack's Juice Freshwater Aerosol Bait Spray 4.6 5 14 14
Good Stuff..THANKS WOO! Having tried several different scents, varying in price from cheap to expensive, I took Woo Daves advice and I tried Jack's Juice and I vote it # 1! When you follow the instructions for "best results", wow!! I marinaded some plastic minnows and let me tell ya, it made for some awesome fishing! Best part was that after two hours of casting and reeling in, the plastics still held their scent. Now that is some good stuff! At $5.99 a can, I'd say it is worth picking up. Just a word of warning though...after soaking your soft baits overnight, the garlic has a pretty strong scent when you open your "soaking" container the next day. If a strong scent bothers you, watch out. *L* The fish, however, love it. My son and I caught crappies and even a small bass with this product! May 11, 2008
Great Scent Bought this after hearing Woo Daves speak at our local BPS during the Spring Fishing Classic. Purchased the Garlic scent. Boy, is it strong and lasts a long time. I used it on a craw bait. I was able to catch a 3.75 Smallmouth Bass at a lake I had little success in the past. I also used it on a crankbait to catch a small hybid striper. It did the job for me. I like the aerosol can as well. April 28, 2009
works great I use this on almost all of my soft plastics. I put the garlic scent on a swimbait and caught to 6 pounders and a 10 pound on a weedbed. this is the best scent for soft plastics May 1, 2008
THIS STUFF WORKS!! I need an edge where I fish. Very pressured public ponds and lakes where the fish have seen everything. Caught 2 beauties just under 2.5 lbs on a BPS 10" Squirmin' Worm (black). I doused the bag with the Crawfish scent the night before. The scent made the difference I'm convinced...I'm not that talented a soft plastic fisherman. I usually get impatient and work the lure too fast. This stuff is amazing. Had a 3rd big hit but missed the hookset. This stuff is potent and very oily. I'd recommend a separate zip lock type bag for the can; it'll stink up your tackle bag. August 21, 2012
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is it flamable?

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i bought the YUM kind and it is crawfish. should i go and get the shad. the crawfish i smelled and almost threw up. lol. if i can get an answer before the spring that would be good
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I WOULD TRY THE CRAWDAD FIRST BUT DON`T BE AFRAID TO EXPERIMENT WITH THE SHAD ALSO THEN USE WHAT YOU HAVE CONFIDENCE IN.
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Crawfish is good but I have better luck with the garlic. Thanks
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The crawfish is what we used all day at our bass tournament and we caught fish all day.
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yes,the crawfish is my favorite,u did good.
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