imonembad said:What,Are you kidding? I've never heard this one before. How do you use it? I have always tried to work at elliminating petro type scents never heard of using them for an attractant. I from Missouri you got to" show me"
I don't use it as a scent all in itself. I was saying that I use it on my blades and I just get the benefit of its scent. I have never really noticed if I get more strikes. I just found out myself that WD-40 has a scent that bass tend to like. I was only using it for my reels and swivels.gonfishin1 said:Have to agree with Imonembad. wd 40 is basically diesel fuel dont think I would want to use that as a scent
I didn't think about the pollutants. That never crossed my mind. I will have to go to something else to lubricate my equipment.Ouachita said:Using WD-40 on reels can let it get inside and break down the grease and oil. Then the inside begins drawing dirt and water. Catfish do love the odor, but some states are considering outlawing it being on a lake since it contains pollutants. I use Reel Majic on baits, line, rod guides, and noisy boat seats among many other uses. Jim