Sounds so simple. Might be worth trying.

Recipe #1
Ingredients
• chicken (frozen, freezer-burned, expired, rotten, or even fresh that is a few days after the expiration date)
• large package of strawberry jello
• garlic powder

Directions
1. Cut chicken into 1-inch pieces. Do not cut chicken into larger pieces than the size of your hook or leave “dangling” edges.
2. Place cut chicken into a gallon-sized Ziploc bag. Pour dry jello into the bag.
3. Sprinkle a “couple of healthy dashes” of garlic powder into the bag. Shake up everything in the bag.
4. Refrigerate for at least three days before using. Lasts for weeks.


Recipe #2
Ingredients
• same kind of chicken
• large package of island pineapple jello
• 2 or 3 tablespoons of imitation vanilla (ingredients must include alcohol)

Directions
1. Cut chicken same as recipe #1.
2. Place cut chicken into a gallon-sized Ziploc bag. Pour dry jello and vanilla into the bag.
3. Shake up everything in the bag.
4. Refrigerate.


Recipe #3
Ingredients
• same kind of chicken
• 2 packets of cherry Kool-aid

Directions
1. Cut chicken same as recipe #1.
2. Chicken into a gallon-sized Ziploc bag. Pour Kool-aid into the bag. Shake and Refrigerate.


Recipe #4
Ingredients
• same kind of chicken
• large package of berry blue jello
• bottle of Pro-Cure Bait Scents (fish oil garlic plus)

Directions
1. Cut chicken same as recipe #1.
2. Chicken into a gallon-sized Ziploc bag. Pour dry jello and Pro-Cure scent into the bag. Shake and Refrigerate.

Other concoctions
• package of hot dogs, cut into 1-inch sections and 3 packets of cherry Kool-aid
• can of SPAM, cut into 1-inch sections and dry jello
• include anise flavoring or any other seasoning you might want to try

Note: Use a 1/0 or 2/0 circle hook. Hook it so that it leaves plenty of hook point exposed.

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