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    Red face Tip sharing time

    I have tried Slab Sauce in my pond but guess nothing was going to bite. I kept thinking how difficult it was to hit the jig with the stream type spray. My wife hates me spilling potions on the pontoon carpet.

    So I took a spray paint plastic top to the pontoon. Next time I will place the jig inside and spray, saving the excess in the top for the next jig.

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    Her ya go....Slab Sauce Pro Kit....two squeeze bottles of slab sauce with flip up caps....one dipping jar with screw on lid....and a hand wiping towel. Click on this.... Slabsauce Pro-Pack



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    Nice looking 'Pack', Will need to check this out.

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    I agree about the difficulty of the spray. I've caught good fish though using the sauce on my jigs.

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    I used the original Fish Formula when it came out decades ago. I swiped a small Tupperware cup with snap on lid from the cabinet. I would then pour a small amount of Fish Formula in the cup and dip my baits into it. When I was done for the day, cap the cup till next time. I think this is the same basic premises.
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    I use empty nibble jars


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    If you spray them while they are still in the plastic bag, and then marinate a few weeks, will they absorb the sauce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by artcarney_agr View Post
    If you spray them while they are still in the plastic bag, and then marinate a few weeks, will they absorb the sauce?
    Sounds like a great idea! anyone tried this?

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