PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz

PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz
PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz
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PRO CURE BAD AZZ POWDER BAIT DYE 4oz

DYEING BAITS 
Next level in bait fishing.

Fish are definitely receptive to color. Thats why we fish so many colors of spoons, jigs, lures, etc. So why fish one color of baits when dyeing bait is so easy. If your baits are already preserved just give them a squirt of the instant Bad Azz Liquid Bait Dyes. If you want to dye baits at the same time as you brine your baits add either the powdered Bad Azz Dyes to your brine, or squirt in the liquid dyes Bad Azz Dyes.
 
Ballyhoo,Squid,Mackarel,Minnow or any dead bait

For the hottest ballyhoo you've ever fished, mix the Bad Azz Bait Dyes into your solution of Brine 'N Bite Bait brine. It will produce the most brilliant fluorescent colors you've ever fished. These colored baits are extremely effective on marlin, sailfish, tuna, king mackerel and dolphin.
 
Dying dead baits the hottest colors is so easy to do. You can either add the powdered Bad Azz Bait Dyes to your brine solution, and dye your baits all at once.

The perfect dye for big jobs. Whether you're dying a few dozen herring,squid, ballyhoo, or 10 pounds of prawns, this is the way to go. Pure concentrated bait dyes go along way in dying large quantities of bait. In just a few years the brilliant Bad Azz fluorescent colors have become legendary.

There’s no arguing the fact that dedicated anglers are a quirky bunch. Willingly committing acts the general population would consider foolish and going to extreme lengths to ensure success on the water is part of the game. For years anglers looking to outsmart wily swordfish have been dyeing squid to keep them looking natural and lifelike. After a long soak time even the freshest squid appear white and washed out. If you’ve ever seen a pulsating squid you know they take on a red coloration, so it’s no surprise anglers try to match their natural appearance with vibrant dyes.
While dyed squid have accounted for impressive recreational catches, commercial longliners have promising resaults.What we do know is that game fish are prone to attack and react to certain color patterns. Taking a tip from anglers targeting broadbills, dyeing trolling baits is a new trend in tricking prized pelagic predators.

…there is no denying that either alone or coupled with your favorite skirted lure, dyed baits appear incredibly enticing…
Combinations are endless...

 

 

 

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