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Chris Haley

Bait coloring marker

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It's a magic marker type for adding color to live bait. I've seen this on tv a couple of times but can not remember what it's called. Anybody?

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Chris I have a few different types of these markers. One is called SPIKE-IT and they are garlic scented. I use these mostly on plastics but I think it may work on live bait. Never tried it though. I know you can get dies for crawlers and minnows. Im sure you knew that though.

I got these ones at Gander.

Hope this helps ya. I think I also saw some in Cabelas catalog a while back. Or maybe it was Bass Pro Shops.

If I find others I will let ya know.

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Chris,

Its called Spike-It.......

SPIKE-IT TM Scent markers quickly customize or change the color of any soft plastic lure to meet changing water conditions or fish patterns. Scent Markers offer the luxury of long-lasting scent and color change with the simplicity of a marker. Scent Markers make lure alterations easier than ever.

Available in Crawfish Scent, and Colors -- Chartreuse, Lime, Blue, Fire Red, Orange, Hot Pink, and Black.

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Thanks guy's that was it.

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Chris there is also a dip that you can get in a lot of colors. I cant remember what its called but I think Sportsmans Warehouse has them. Works great on plastics but you have to let it dry longer than the markers.

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