Plano Liqua-Bait Locker Bottle

   

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The Plano® Liqua-bait Locker™ bottle is perfect for anglers who love to use scented and liquid soaked soft plastics, but hate the mess these baits can create. The airtight and leak-proof Liqua-bait Bottle is made from Duraview™ with a Dri-Loc O-ring seal to contain the liquids and odors associated with soft plastic baits as well as ensuring freshness for continued use. The Liqua-bait Bottle will hold 23.5 oz. of simulated live bait and the liquid they are stored in. Includes a handy bait grabber. Dimensions: 7.25'' L x 3.75'' W x 2.63'' H.

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It works It works as advertised!!! Buy it and you won't stink! November 19, 2014
Leak proof! If you are going to use those Berkley Alive baits with all the juice, you have to buy one of these containes by Plano. They are leak proof. It works! The plastic tongs are a waste. Just use your fingers. March 2, 2014
works the way I need good product for GULP baits as it keeps the mess down. July 23, 2013
Great product if you use liquid / scent. This is a must have item, and I am happy to report - a high quality item to boot. I have 2 that I take with me in my backpack wherever I fish. The are stored vertically (on their side) and are about 30% full of liquid at all times. They have not leaked yet. The cover and plastic o-ring do what they're supposed to do. The tongs are useless... if you need TONGS to fish with plastics... you should just give me your tackle and boat right now. July 18, 2013
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You can buy Gulp! scent bottles from Bass Pro, or you can use Power Bait scent mixed with a little water. There are also tons of other scents you can purchase online.

What I try to remember is that I'm only covering up MY scent on my plastics, not necessarily attracting fish - as scent manufacturers proclaim. Fish "smell" differently then we do, so as long as you have your baits in something that doesn't repulse them and covers up the scent of "human", you're golden.
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The liquid comes with the Gulp baits. There isn't much in the bagged variety but the plastic containers have lots. You can also use them for any type of liquid scent you prefer or bait for that matter.
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You can use any brand liquid scent. I like to use berkley brand nightcrawler scent...You can find it as bass pro
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I just use the liquid from Gulp alive
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Yes - I just posted a review saying that exact thing. I have 2 that I keep on their sides in a backpack. Really good product.
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I'm hoping that it does. I have laid it on it's side in the garage and had no leakage. The real test will be in the field where it will be knocked around more. From what I've read, their supposed to do what they are advertised to, not leak.
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I would think so, mine were upside down after a rough ride home, and not a drop of leakage, but I have not had them sideways for a long period of time.
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No problem, I've carried it upside down in my pack during long treks to the beach, will not leak if tightened down
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