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Kick'n Bass Scent Fish Attractant

   

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Garlic

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Kick'n Bass has produced a scent using real, heavy fish oil—no fillers—fortified with proven attractants, fatty acids, proteins and controlled dispersion agents. The result is a super-concentrated formula that stays in place for hours, perhaps days, on any lure, both in and out of the water! 4 oz. bottle.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by this stuff is so good i was fishing in a pond 35 degree water it was cold and i was not having luck so i slapped some of this on the jig a was using and the first cast this monster smashed it March 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best purchase ever I have used this product for over 20 years . I will stand behind it 100 percent. I have used it in play fishing and in tourments all over the different states. It works. Here in Virginia there are over 50 men and women in region 7 that sear by it . I give it 5 stars more if I could December 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works Hands Down I've been a long time user of Kick'n Bass. I have the utmost confidence that it does in fact help attract fish. Great for soft plastic and even cranks. December 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by KNB GARLIC IS GREAT!!! I have been using Kickn'Bass Garlic for MANY years and, in my opinion, there are NONE BETTER! You can use it for a cover scent to mask impurities on your hands that could be detected by the fish making them NOT hit your lure or you can use it as an attractant scent to help the fish locate and hit your lure. December 20, 2013
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Hi, Shad and crawfish formulas rank among the most popular add-on attractants, with garlic a close third. For additional information see http://www.basspro1source.com/index.php/component/k2/238-fishing-tackle/932-the-lowdown-on-fish-attractants/932-the-lowdown-on-fish-attractants.

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for crawfish

I dont want to dye my plastic lures
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Kick'n Bass is a dark brown Fish Oil. It will not dye your hard plastic lures. It will cover them in Pure Fish oil and not wash off as you cast.
If you use worms it will not harm the color. If you mix different color worms in one bag and ad KNB it Will change the color. So just keep don't mix colors in the same bag. Many people just put a few drops in their favorite bag of worms and scent them all.
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This is a clear formula attractant.
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what would happen if i put a teaspoon of the scent in the original bag or tubes or brush hogs for an extended period of time?
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I OFTEN place a number of soft plastic worms in a plastic sandwich bag then add a few drops of KNB to the lures, then rub the bag with my hands transferring the scent to the lures.
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 - GALVESTON, INDIANA
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If it is not exposed to air it will work, but you dont want to get it on your hands as the smell sticks with you even washing them.
Its made to stay on in water.
It wouldnt take but a few drops to accomplish what u are looking to do. The down side is that if it is not sealed and gets air on it it will become gummy and harden up. Most people just get it on the bait once its on the hook.
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The answer given is 100% accurate. Don't mix different colors of worms or jigs and add KNB or you get a great camo color. Keep reds with reds etc. If you are fishing and know in advance what color, brand worm or jig etc they are hitting, you can marinate them just overnight in a baggie. KNB is so strong it will permeate almost anything you have, including top water plugs. Remember bass bump a lure with their nose and taste it that way. Apply it to a DRY spinnerbait, crankbait etc and it will last for hours. It is VERY powerful fish oil and enhancers.
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Nuke Um: Take a few of your favorite worms put them in a plastic baggie, throw some garlic salt or regular salt in, put in some Kick'n Bass® and then microwave them for 15-20 seconds. The house will smell for a week, but the worms will too.

Worms: Stinky stores his worms in plastic like Tupperware and pours in a big slug of Kick'n Bass®. After one or two months all the blues and blacks and reds turn a kind of camo brown, he loves this. The worms are drenched with scent and really work.

Worms: Cosmic, takes each color that he likes and puts them in a separate bag, squirts them down and then rolls them up. The colors don't bleed and they soak up the scent. Don't do this for winter.. NOT for 6 months ect.. just a few days before you are going.

http://www.kicknbass.com/tips.htm
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Does it work better or worse than:
Berkley Gulp! Alive! Spray Fish Attractant
Bass Assassin BANG Fish Attractant
YUM F2 Scent Attractant - Fish Attractant
Yum Bio Gamefish Attractant
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This is better. Kick'n Bass is made with real fish oil.
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It works better than the rest, the only one that ever came close would be Bang.
Dont believe guys in lab coats, believe ones with fish in their livewells.
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If you want to fish with water in water a lot of the above is all you need.
If you want the Bass to TASTE pure fish oil and enhancers than you have to go with KNB. Their 550 page web site has all the true facts you can ask for from common fishermen, not paid Pro's. .
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LOL- No one scent is ever better or worse. I have all of the scents you list, except for the Yum, and some you don't list, and quite frankly, it depends on the day.

For example, I was fishing two years ago without scent and was experiencing nothing but follows. I placed a glow worm scent from Mikes Baits on it and caught a fish on every cast for the next 30 minutes. The Berkley nightcrawler did nothing for my friend.

Most of the time the glow worm is of little use, and more often then not the Berkley is better in the worm scents.

You have to let the fish tell you what they want. All I can tell you is that this scent works well, more often then not, and it comes in "flavors" I need.
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