Scents on plastics........

Does anybody use a scent on their plastic baits....? Why , or why not...? If you do, whats your favorite....There are a hundred products out there...Berkley power juice / smelly jelly / garlic stuff / I have even heard people swear by WD-40, and hot sauce.....LOL

Does anybody use a scent on their plastic baits....? Why , or why not...? If you do, whats your favorite....There are a hundred products out there...Berkley power juice / smelly jelly / garlic stuff / I have even heard people swear by WD-40, and hot sauce.....LOL

Jessica


There's no general agreement on the use of scents. I occasionally use scents on plastics and other lures if I think the lures have a negative odor that needs to be masked. I use products that are made for fishing, not WD-40, although I can't say if it's a negative or positive.

If you do use a scent on a soft plastic (or a hard bait) a gel will last longer than a spray.
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Thanks Marty...You know right after i started this thread, i noticed sencos thread "scents or non-scents". He covered the topic very nicely.