Which Fish Attractants Land The Bass Hogs
I can not recall how many times I am asked what is the best Fish Attractant to use
and when do I use them?
I have attached what I carry, and my answer is always use fish attractant when you
want that Big Bass Hog to hit your lure.
I just read a article where a guy said that he spread Smelly Jelly on his hands before handling any baits that
he planned on throwing.
You have got to think about it a little but it will come to you, what I mean is
when you eat your lunch, or snack like them little weiners...That might not be the best thing to use to try and
catch MR. Bass Hog. The smell from the food now on your hands is transferred when you re-a-just your
Smokers beware...I showed at a show what happens after smoking. I handled a worm
that I was throwing in the tank and I mean the fish did not pay any attention to it, even if I dropped it on their
That goes for gasoline also. You could have filled the boat up and got some gas or
oil on your hands and I know that neither would taste good to me and can ensure you MR. Bass Hog thinks the
I later covered my hands with garlic and they went
right after it.
What fish attractant
should you use?
I guess the best way to define this would be to watch the lake and if the shad are
up on top and the Bass are busting them, use any type that has a shad and garlic smell to it.
In the early spring, I like using crawfish attractant, because that is what the
Bass will be keying on.
I do not care what part of the U.S. you are in; that holds to be true no matter
where you are fishing.
Tip: I am always looking to save a few bucks when fishing and this is got
to sound crazy but the next time you go into the sporting goods store to buy some BANG GARLIC spray look what
you are paying.
Then go to your local food store and pick up a can of PAM with GARLIC and look at
the difference in the price. I just saved you at least $3.00, and I promise it will do the same as that $5 or $6
can of BANG GARLIC spray.
Keep The Hooks Wet!