A must for soft plastics
Dye the tail....hang on....enough said! Great on craw pinchers.
August 2, 2011
I've caught fish when using this stuff (I guess that's endorsement enough). Dip the tail end of your otherwise drab worm, grub, or other plastic creature in this and you'll increase its visibility and attractiveness. I won't say that you'll become a bass master because of it, but on certain plastic critters it makes a difference.
July 9, 2010
Keeps fish chewing longer.
I tried this stuff on the advice of a friend who swore that it would put more fish in my boat if I used it. He raved about it so much so, that I thought that I would catch twice as many fish and out fish my fishing partners every time!
Well, it doesn't work exactly like that, but it does work reasonably well in many finesse situations. I've found that when fish are finicky and picking up and spitting out grub tails and other soft plastics so fast that you don't have time to do a hook set, then the addition of this attractant will usually cause the fish to hold on long enough to do a hook set. In these situations, I have, at times, out fished my fishing partners. If the fishing is good and the bite is on, then I don't notice a difference with or without the attractant.
I'm giving it 5 stars, not because it's a miracle cure to end all, but because it does work in tough situations with fairly good results. Lets face it, an advantage is an advantage regardless of how big or little it is, and this can give you the advantage at times.
January 21, 2009
Great addition to soft plastics
Just stated using this to tip some of my zoom plastics. I used to catch 15 bass in 3 hours fishing daily. I've improved my catch to 27 fish daily. The lake is not loaded with fish either, I've just fish it since 1954.
July 28, 2008
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