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#12707310 - 04/07/18 04:19 PM A Second Fish Attractant Question
Dan_n_Texas Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 11/20/06
Posts: 1524
Loc: Texas
Again, for those who use fish attractants, you prefer the liquid (spray, aerosol, squirt, etc.) attractants or the thicker, gel-type sort?

#12707452 - 04/07/18 06:48 PM Re: A Second Fish Attractant Question [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
basshc Offline

Registered: 04/25/10
Posts: 113
Smelly jelly in jar use to be crawfish anise now all I can find is crawfish not sure if different.

#12707759 - 04/07/18 11:48 PM Re: A Second Fish Attractant Question [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
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Registered: 01/25/08
Posts: 14309
Loc: Justin, TX.
Pure extract will barely work in a spray bottle; so I like the drip the best. You can see the fat content settle to the bottom in my gallon jugs and really gets thicker when it is cold. To do any other means of application would mean adding additives to make it do what you would want it to do.
- Aerosol really has to be thinned down to be put under pressure.
- The Gel type has to also have the thickening additive mixed with the scent.
I want the real deal without additives.
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#12708051 - 04/08/18 11:09 AM Re: A Second Fish Attractant Question [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
Bigron119 Offline
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Registered: 06/28/07
Posts: 4287
Loc: Lufkin, TX
The spray might seem easier to apply HOWEVER think about this:
What happens when you spray it? answer: It floats and gets on everything else, like your glasses, your windshield, your partners glasses, all over the boat!
(So you have already lost some of the product in the air, so it's really not that cost effective!)
If you have an aerosol spray and the spray cap gets clogged then you have LOST the rest of the product.

Here at Kick'n Bass we will not sell a recognized defective application product, so we won't sell a spray application package. You can buy your own small spray bottles at the Walmart travel section, but even they will eventually clog up, BUT you could at least pour the product out and not loose your investment.

One of the simplest and easiest application methods is to put a few drops in your soft plastic bag. Just drop the lure back in the bag if you need it recharged. Kick'n Bass Attractants is an all natural fish oil based and lasts a very very long time. (Water based products have to be reapplied frequently.)
So take into consideration the "base" of the attractants that you use. Some have to be in the Gel form to last longer on the bait.

Even applying to hard baits the "drip drop" method works. Or a few drops in a bag, but be careful of the hooks. (Kick'n Bass is in the prostaff testing stage of a Solid Applicator that is easy to apply to hard baits. Initial results are amazing. One application can last all day.)

The primary answer to YOUR question is which of those actually work? So the packaging should not be of concern since you probably can't change the formula base of what you want to use.

#12708795 - 04/08/18 10:35 PM Re: A Second Fish Attractant Question [Re: Dan_n_Texas]
rscustomrods Offline

Registered: 06/30/07
Posts: 111
Been using kicknbass for over 20years. I will not use anything else. Bottom line is it works,


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