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Spike-It Scented Dip-n-Glow Fish Attractant - Garlic Salt

   

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Chartreuse

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3301
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Spike-It™ Scented Dip-n-Glow Fish Attractant scent actually penetrates the lure, eliminating the need for constant reapplication.

Spike-It Scented Dip-n-Glow Fish Attractant - Garlic Salt 4.5 5 8 8
Garlic on a sandwich Not sure what it is but add garlic to a tube or a trailer on a jig and the smallmouth grab the baits and won't let go. Could be they think they are in an Italian Deli by the pickle barrel. Put it on and throw a bait near a smallie and hold on. January 5, 2015
DYNAMITE Its really the little things like a brightly colored tail that have been tested and proven to make a fish much more likely to strike. With Spike-It, I can give almost any bait in my tackle box an extra edge. The only downside is that it does not work on darker baits, but I honestly don't think there is much more I could ask for from this product. I tried to die some of my watermelon baits, but it didn't come out very brightly, but the Spike-It worked great on some of my lighter colored baits, leaving them with vibrant chartreuse tails. Be careful with this stuff, because it is certainly very messy. It has an awful stench as well, but I know thats just another thing that will prompt pressured fish to smash anything I put it on. March 10, 2009
Excellent for an edge I have only recently gotten into Largemouth Bass fishing, and have been pretty bad using worms. I am a little slow recognizing some of the more passive hits and would miss the fish almost every time. I found this stuff and decided to give it a try. The bass seem to LOVE it. On my first trip with it I dipped about 1/3 of my worms in it and rigged em up Wacky style, and actually managed to out fish my brother in law. I had one bass that grabbed the tail with the attractant on it, missing my hook, and it hung on until I pulled it to shallow water. Same thing happened with a second bass and it actually held on until it pulled my worm in half. On top of those, I brought in 6 other fish. This stuff is definitely worth buying, I highly recommend. June 23, 2013
Extra Attention Wanted...GRANTED I have used this on the tails of flukes, grubs, tubes, and frogs. It will take a mundane looking jig, give it some scent, and change the way it looks altogether. It give the fish a new look to something they have never seen before. I really like dipping the tails of lizards and the paddle feet on ribbit frogs in this stuff and then watching the bass go crazy. Do not spill this stuff or you will have to buy the neutralizer. You can also dip a q-tip into it and dot or give your lizard or frog stripes. Good product and tight lines to all. September 3, 2009
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I was thinking of getting this and the reviews show it works for bass. But i was wondering if it works on rainbow trout. More specifically Kern River trout. Also can you and how does it work on live night crawlers. Thanks in advance
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The Garlic works great on bass.

If I were you I would try the shad scent instead of Garlic for trout.
Here is why - If it works you may well be the only one using it and you know how that goes.
I can speak from experience that anise scent works great on brown's and rainbows on the rivers in New York State.
You don't even have to put it on a bait just rub some on your hands and it masks the human scent.
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For trout I would go with a little of the Berkely trout dough on the hook to add a little scent. I have never used this for trout but my thinking is the smell is a little overpowering for trout in really fresh water. This will not work on a live night crawler, unless you want a formerly live night crawler. It is a pretty strong solvent and will quickly kill a nightcrawler. They do make a product calle dip alive that is made for that purpose.
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for soft plastics, use the spike it PAINT, not DYE. the paint works better in my trials: it's opaque, which is much more visible than the dye. i highly reccommend the spike it dip-n-glow PAINT.
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