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Hey, you're in the hobby / travel zone--YOUR HANDYMAN ZONE!

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Scents help improve your game.

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A bachelor can attract a woman's initial interests by a passing whiff of his cologne.  In this

 sense (pun intended), cologne--a deliberate scent--can be a very advantageous tool in setting oneself apart from the rest and standing out to have more attention drawn to him.  In the fishing realm, in place of the bachelor, the idea is to draw the attention of fish to your bait/lure.  Well, fish hate the scent of humans--that includes bachelor's, too--especially the L-serine chemical released through human sweat, but they do like other scents.  Specifically, fish like the natural scents of fish food--insects and the like--so it would make sense that adding such natural scents to plastic bait/lures would work wonders, too, in attracting such fish to your bait/lures.

While there are all sorts of circumstances that come into play and fishing results cannot always be the same, using scented bait/lures can be worthwhile to use.  Many fishing product companies have invested in the development of scents that either attract particular

 

species of fish or all fish in general.  Such scents are on the market for sale in the form of bottles to be applied on your existing plastic bait/lures or come in the form of already scented plastic bait/lures.  These companies stand by their claims that their fishing scents/fish attractants help you attract fish to your bait/lures for great fishing results.

For the opportunity of complementing your fishing strategy, you may want to add fishing scents/fish attractants to your fishing arsenal to improve your game.  Follow the fishing scent manufacturer's instructions.  Good fishing!

Ed the Handyman

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