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Offline Johnny Bass

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Re: Making Homemade Worm Oil
« Reply #15 on: 04/20/20 11:18 UTC »
Sounds good brother  ;D
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Re: Making Homemade Worm Oil
« Reply #16 on: 04/20/20 15:27 UTC »
WD 40 is a great attractant, knew this from an old man that always swore by it.  He was always catching fish and I watched him many a time.  I did it as a kid and did well until I got in trouble for stealing pops lubricant when he needed it.  He never believed it and was upset. I should try it again.

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Re: Making Homemade Worm Oil
« Reply #17 on: 04/23/20 12:26 UTC »
I think PAM aka or any cooking spray would work well as a substitute for worm oil.
Just thinking out loud here.  ;D
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Re: Making Homemade Worm Oil
« Reply #18 on: 04/23/20 18:54 UTC »
Nada....cooking oils will "cook" onto the molds and will gel on plastics in storage. Plus cooking oils will get rancid with time.

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Re: Making Homemade Worm Oil
« Reply #19 on: 04/24/20 07:43 UTC »
Nice, good to know. Thanks.
I have some worm oil that I will mix in with my coffee scent.
I will do what you suggested as far as the mix ratio. @ ctom
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Re: Making Homemade Worm Oil
« Reply #20 on: 04/24/20 08:36 UTC »
I've never done the coffee scent John so use that as a starting point and if you need to strengthen it you just add a little more.

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Re: Making Homemade Worm Oil
« Reply #21 on: 04/24/20 09:22 UTC »
Okay will do sir...Thanks
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