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bamboo attractors #13415626 01/25/20 03:13 AM
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Going to try some this year. Trying to decide between green or dried. Any suggestions? Thanks

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Re: bamboo attractors [Re: Paths] #13415689 01/25/20 04:55 AM
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Re: bamboo attractors [Re: Paths] #13416500 01/26/20 08:21 AM
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I try and have them in the water within 3 or 4 days from when they are cut green. Just wait long enough for the sacrete to dry, if that's what you use to sink them.

They will last a couple of years.


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Re: bamboo attractors [Re: Paths] #13417428 01/27/20 09:04 AM
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Why do they have to be green?

Re: bamboo attractors [Re: Paths] #13417889 01/27/20 06:23 PM
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Green for sure. If they are dry they are way harder to sink.



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Re: bamboo attractors [Re: Paths] #13418564 01/28/20 05:13 AM
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Green. For whatever reason they attract fish much faster and like Aholic stated, they sink better.

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