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Spike-It Garlic Dip-N-Glo

   

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Spike-It™'s Garlic Dip-N-Glo™ dyes allow you to customize your soft plastic bait's color patterns while injecting them with a powerful garlic fish-attractant. Dipping your worms, grubs and even skirts in Dip-N-Glo produces an immediate, permanent color change sure to increase your cast to catch ratio. Dip-N-Glo dyes are a mainstay for every serious angler's tackle box.

Spike-It Garlic Dip-N-Glo 4.7 5 45 45
Buy it-N-You'll Know This stuff is absolutely amazing. I first started using the chartreuse Dip-N-Glow a couple years ago. Since then, I've had amazing results in the quantity and quality of the bass I've caught. I've noticed how much longer a fish will hold on to my bait when it has been dipped in this stuff. I also have noticed FISH WON'T SPIT IT OUT. I've pulled in so many bass that have completely swallowed my soft plastic I had no choice but to keep the fish. This product has also helped me catch my largest bass of 10lbs. 4oz. Since I started using this attractant, I've also bought it in the Fire Red and Orange and all products have worked miracles on my boat. May 27, 2008
Works very well The Dip-N-Glow dyes work very well, especially the hot pink and red dyes. It does a good job on even dark colored worms (dark blues and black). Makes the worm really stand out and the garlic scent is strong. It does take qiite a while for it to dry enough to handle without staining your hands. I dyed many at home (not on the lake) and it took at least 24 hours to dry.. BUT thats OK with me. I wish the chartreuse worked a little better...I never found a worm color that I thought it really worked on...kind of weak! All considered I think it's a great product! January 27, 2011
Great on Flukes This works awesome for dying the tails of super flukes. I fish a lot of pearl white and watermelonseed Zoom flukes and when it gets slow I will dip the tails in the chart color and bang the bite picks up works awesome. May 31, 2011
potent and effective I've been using this product in either red or chartruse on my tubes in the rivers. And it works every trip August 17, 2011
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does it work good for bass?
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yes, bass really love it. They even seem to have a preference over untreated and this.
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Sure does
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Yes, you can put 6 reels like Shimano Curado.
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i want to dip my swimbaits in glow in the dark paint, will this work?
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yes but be careful you don't lose the tail. Some really soft plastics actually fall apart in this. I would recommend painting it on your swim baits with a Q tip.
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It only turns the tip of your bait colored, it doesn't glow in the dark
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I use color spike it,on any soft baits and gives a bright color change to the bait.Don't spill it very hard to clean off carpet.
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You would want to use the product called Spike It Alive which is made for that. The dip and glow will most likely kill them pretty quick as it is a strong solvent.
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yeah but dont keep it in their long just take it right back out after dipping
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Yes dip the tip of the worm only and for no longer than 1 second
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If you add it to there feed they will consume it and change color. The draw back is the shelf life is not as long after harvesting the worms.
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you will not want to put a scent on with this as it has a very strong garlic scent that will probably overpower anything else.
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Yes, I would choose this over coloring your soft plastic and then spraying them
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It has strong enough sent to keep it smelling for weeks
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I USE CHART. COLOR I JUST DIP THE END A FEW TIMES LET IT DRY FOR FIVE MINUTES AND USE IT. I THINK YOU COULD DO EITHER BUT IF YOUR WERE GOING TO SPRAY SCENT ANYWAY I WOULD COLOR FIRST. I USE THE ONE THAT HAS SCENT & COLOR
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The dip has a garlic scent added.If you want to add anouther kind of scent i would dip the plactic at home and allow the garlic wear off for a few days. Then put them in your box for next fishing trip. You can then add what ever scent you like.
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For me i like to dip and fish the garlic sent last as long as the soft plastics i use. the fish destroy the plastic bait long before the sent goes away
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Spike-it is scented so you really don't need to add additional scent but I would dip first and then spray.
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Its better to dip the tail only about an half inch into the bottle only to get the tip of the worms tail died. Works well with green pumpkin trick worm. good color result.
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All of the Plastics that I use now have thier own scent or salt added to them, so I no longer add any type of scent. (i.e. Baitmate, hawg Juice )

Once you Dip a bait in this, it will have that Garlic taste and there is no need to add any more scent.

I even Dip Scented Plastic Baits in the Garlic Dye (i.e. Power Worms, Gulp, Yum and Strike King) and the Bass here in Texas still Eat-Em-Up !!!
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This product gives you color and scent that lasts for a long time. I would say dipping it and then sraying it with a scent spray is not needed.
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the garlic stank stays on, so go for it!
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