Smelly Jelly 1fl oz Scents
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Comments: The first time I purchased this i used it on small roboworms for dropshots & texas rigging. I can tell you the stuff really smells like really bad the only reason why I know of this is i left the lid open and it spilled all over my bag. The smell stayed after multiple washes so if durability is your issue don't hesitate this stuff works but i keep it inside two baggies just to be safe.
From: Dexter: Menifee, CA 5/8/15
Comments: I don't believe in any 'short cuts' with bass fishing, but there is a clear and huge advantage in using smelly jelly. Unfortunately, it's not as easy to find in stores as it once used to be. However, whenever I put this stuff on my plastics or even the swimbait tail, I have noticed a HUGE difference in bite to skunk ratio. I have gone hour without using the Smelly Jelly, and finally on the same night when I applied some on my plastic or swimbait tail I get a bite within 20-30 minutes with the same technique. I would say it helps about 20-25% somehow
From: Allen: Castaic, CA
Comments: I'd like to start by saying I am still learning how to fish for large mouth bass and I am always doing my homework to learn more and more about how to succeed in doing so. I learned that bass can smell much greater then a dog so by touching all my baits I realized a human scent can make a bass very suspicious. I did my homework on different kinds of scents and I seen how good reviews this smelly jelly is and how effective it was. The first day I went fishing with this product I have scene such a difference, not only did it block human scent it seemed to draw the bass in! I was bed fishing water was very clear and one of the bass I actually seen pick up the weight I had put smelly jelly(drop shot rig) and tried to take off with it! Don't hesitate to buy this, I got the bass feast and boy does it smell!
From: Johnny: Burbank, CA
Comments: Smelly Jelly is probably the best scent masker on the market. I've been using it for over a decade, and the little 1 ounce jars are just the right size for the various tackle bags I use (tubes, cranks, wacky, etc.) when I go light and solo. The gel really does stay on the lure for many casts, and it effectively will mask any bad scent you may accidentally get on your lure. I ran a little unofficial test a few years back with a friend: we both fished the same color 1/16ounce twistertails for crappie. I caught 25 fish using the jelly, he caught 5 on another product. That sold me for life. Give this stuff a try...it really works.
From: John: Jefferson, NJ
Comments: I have had a lot of luck with bass feast. It might smell bad to a human but to a fish it is irresistible.
From: Zach: CT