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#11782317 - 08/17/16 12:58 PM Baitcloud- Next game changer?
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#11782321 - 08/17/16 01:02 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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I wonder if it will be allowed in tournaments. I'm sure the bigger trails will outlaw it.. If it works
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#11782334 - 08/17/16 01:05 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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That concept does work. We have been working to get the final touches on our model with the Kick'n Bass Attractants for quite a while. Was not aware of another company making the same product! roflmao

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#11782375 - 08/17/16 01:25 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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I don't know when they're going to draw the line with technology in our sport.. From hydrowave to baits making their own electronic sounds. One thing holds true, you can do everything "right" and still not get bit.
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#11782378 - 08/17/16 01:26 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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I usually drop my own baitcloud in the early morning water after a big cup of coffee
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#11782396 - 08/17/16 01:35 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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Alkaseltzer ?
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#11782406 - 08/17/16 01:41 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: SteezMacQueen]
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Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
Alkaseltzer ?


exactly. We've thrown those on beds of fish that are not biting, and it'll get em going
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#11782417 - 08/17/16 01:46 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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My wife said it is the same concept as a "bath bomb" that her and her girlfriends make. She said she could make one with Anise and craw oil and it would be the same thing.....for about 15 cents a ball.
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#11782430 - 08/17/16 01:57 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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If that has attractants in it I would think it would be considered chumming. If it's just fizzy bubbles then an alkaseltzer does the same

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#11782542 - 08/17/16 03:09 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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Is chumming illegal in tournaments? That's all this is really. I will have to try it atleast once though.

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#11782589 - 08/17/16 03:41 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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per the videos I've seen on this it does have a scent attractant built into it. the bubbles seem interesting especially to draw attention to the area and then the "scent" would/should hold the fish for a bit as they see what is going on. now I don't believe it will be "game changer" but it could work in certain situations. like a hydrowave works sometimes and doesn't others.
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#11782591 - 08/17/16 03:43 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: 9094]
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If that has attractants in it I would think it would be considered chumming. If it's just fizzy bubbles then an alkaseltzer does the same


I haven't seen a tournament that has rules against chumming.

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#11782647 - 08/17/16 04:18 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
Bass Buster1 Offline
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Registered: 08/26/04
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Years ago I was one of the demo guys on the tank at Bass Pro as part of my part time gig there. When they would feed, there would be scales and minnow parts floating around for several minutes after all the bait was gone. What ever you through in there while the cloud of goo and scales was around got killed!(easy way to sell baits!) Not sure if this is any indication as to how the same fish would behave in the wild but I did notice it then and I have tried to mimic it several times with glitter and scents but never really found an efficient way to do it. Success was limited at best. Anyway, there may be something to this in a controlled environment but not so sure in the wild. Guess time will tell.
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#11782663 - 08/17/16 04:27 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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Interesting for sure!

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#11782671 - 08/17/16 04:34 PM Re: Baitcloud- Next game changer? [Re: Motomax]
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hmmm
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