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Don't know if anyone else does this, and i started doing this before i knew they had spray, i take real garlic put it in a blender to make a paste i mix with a little salt not much and a little flower, just enough to hold it together. I use this in my flipping tubes, i use worm hooks(4/0) i roll the paste in a ball push it down in the tube and the hook is rigged just like a worm and holds the paste in place garlic laste longer, i have been doing this for about thirteen years and works really well. I keep it in a big medicine bottle it will last me about 2 days of fishing. about 3 years ago i tried this in a crappie tube came home with a 25 limit in about 3 hours. try it might put that big one in the boat for ya. ???
 

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I haven't learned to fish tubes yet but that sounds good.
 

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to me tube fishing is like fishing a worm just need patients, i use this on really slow days or during spawn to makem hit
 

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You buy fresh minced or crushed garlic in jars in the cold storage area or frozen in grocery stores deli section. 1 clove of fresh garlic added to pork ring jars with a few drops of pure anise and glycerin to each crushed garlic clove is one of the best scent attractant you can use on pork. The same goes for soft plastics, except add the mixture using a zip lock 1 quart bag, increase the anise and glycerin to teaspoon each and drop your rigged plastic into the bag and shake it before fishing with it. Swim baits use a larger gallon size freezer zip Lock bag to coat the lure.
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Tom, I've been messing around with that recipe for the fish attractant with the lard would you be so kind as to tell me it again. I'm not doing something right I think I'm getting the lard to soft.
 

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imonembad said:
Tom, I've been messing around with that recipe for the fish attractant with the lard would you be so kind as to tell me it again. I'm not doing something right I think I'm getting the lard to soft.
I think that is Jim's recipe, I havn't tried lard or cod liver oil.
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