Author Topic: Do scents make sense?  (Read 374 times)

Offline billygee

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Re: Do scents make sense?
« Reply #15 on: 02/12/21 14:47 UTC »
Wow !
Great idea,
Possibly add a little worm oil to preserve the emanating fragrance  ;)

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Offline Les Young

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Re: Do scents make sense?
« Reply #16 on: 02/12/21 14:49 UTC »
   For crappies ? That's for sissies. I wouldn't know.
LOL

Offline Les Young

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Re: Do scents make sense?
« Reply #17 on: 02/12/21 14:52 UTC »
I believe the old powerbait worms got bit more because of the scent. I spray a few things with gulp crawfish & usually after bagging some with worm oil in them will give the bag a spray & close it up. I also like garlic bang chartreuse dye & absolutley believe it helps a lot at times when trying it & buddys not getting bit & i am.

Offline Bass Boys

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Re: Do scents make sense?
« Reply #18 on: 02/12/21 16:42 UTC »
You'll have to forgive Lamar. The rest of us know that crappies are more challenging and the bass are for those who can't figure out to catch crappies.

 :o ;)
 do not tell anyone ,, but ,,  I do not fish for Crappies hardly ever . LOL .
« Last Edit: 02/12/21 16:44 UTC by Bass Boys »

Offline Lamar

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Re: Do scents make sense?
« Reply #19 on: 02/12/21 16:55 UTC »
You'll have to forgive Lamar. The rest of us know that crappies are more challenging and the bass are for those who can't figure out to catch crappies.

 Pretty much tells the rest of the story.  :P