MINNOW - NIGHT CRAWLER – CRAYFISH - CRAYLIC EXTRACTS
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We have been testing it in Mexico for 25 years where we catch 100 Bass per day everyday. Without the scent on the baits we are throwing our catch ratio drops to 70 Bass per day.
Three of these scents are the most natural scents to the freshwater species world. Keeping it as natural as possible is the way to go and the 100% pure extract does the best job masking the human scent.
Most of you know that I fish Mexico and it is the best testing ground for anything you want to throw and test. You can catch 100 bass per day so it just doesn't take long to figure out what works and what doesn't. For 25 years I have been using Minnow, Night crawler and Crayfish down there and dosing other bags of plastics with all kinds of scent. Any boat in the party not using it will average maybe 70 bass per day. The boat using my extract will catch more and bigger bass every time, day in and day out.
Use the Minnow on all your fast moving baits. Crayfish and Night Crawler works great on all your slow moving plastics. Craylic was produced to replace everyone’s old favorite (Carlonia Lunker Sauce) that is no longer available. It is 100% pure oil extract and only takes a few drops to dose each bag of your favorite plastics. It also works well mixed with the plastic in your favorite hand poured baits.
In our lakes were we are only hoping for 5 good bites per day it is very hard to tell what really helps. My Bio-tech that makes my scent says he is surprised that we catch any bass because of the human odor that we leave on our lures when rigging them up. His test shows that bass leave the area immediately when the human odor is present. All tests done with the chum bags show results that all fresh water species come to Minnow and Night crawler bags first and strike them more often than all the others. Crayfish is a close third.
One test he does is the speed test. In a 100 ft. tank where the bass enter through a door in one end they will hang around that opening before they will adventure out into the new habitat. But as soon as he puts a buff of Minnow Extract into the tank at the other end 100 ft. away they head straight for it to check it out without fail.
The most interesting thing that got me started making the Minnow, Night Crawler and Crayfish happen in 1982 when I fished with an older gentleman. Mr. Martin fished with me for 5 days on Lake Brady. Each night he would purchase 2 doz. Minnows and put a SPOOK and SPINNER BAIT in the bucket over night. He had both already tied own his rods and said it was important not to touch them. In another bucket he had live Crayfish and his Baby Doll JIG. Each day he out caught me on big bass 3 to my 1. At noon when it was time to slow down he pulled out the Night Crawler box where he had burred in the worms a LIZARD AND BLUE FLAKE WORM. The result was the same; he caught the bigger Bass each day. He would always handle the Night Crawlers before putting the plastics on the T-Rig to kill the human odor.
The best scent is pure extract. Therefore it has the exact taste of the product. When my Bio-tech hangs a dozen chum bags in the tank there is no question on which one they like. The bass, blue gill, catfish and any other fresh water species he is testing them on come into the tank and go directly to the one they prefer. The bag with the replicated human order will not be touched; and sometime the bags on either side of it are ignored.
Once they start striking a bag the frenzy begins. It is like they are trying to knock pieces of chum out of the tiny woven mesh bags so they can eat it. With a group of say 5 bass they will all zero in on that one bag and take turns striking.
Best of all I like the speed test with one fish entering the tank when a puff of the scent is released through a tube on the other end and you use a stopwatch to time how fast it takes the bass to reconfigure and go to the scent tube. It is amazing that a fish can smell scent a 100 ft. away and go to it. This is why I want all my custom baits leaving a scent trail in the water and equipped with a scented living rubber skirt. It seems to sew up the deal on Big Bass.