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anybody used those scented baits that come in the little jars? I think i might gettem for crappies but are they any good?

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  • rudyglove27
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    Yes for me!

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  • rudyglove27
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    Yes for me!

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  • rudyglove27
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    Yes for me!

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    Yes for me!

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  • evspence
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    Thanks for the answers, a small hole in the ice thawed about 5 yards from shore, cast one of them into it with a bobber, CAUGHT A TON! Either Jesus was down there putting fish on my hook or those things work!!!

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  • catfishclark10
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    Try using the little fake worms that come in those little plastic jar things. Its made by berkley I think but they look almost exactally like worms and you can use one more than once, you dont even need to buy worms. They work good!

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  • M Fet
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    Every time I cast my line with it I get at least a nibble if not a hard bite.

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  • Christian Emter
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    I used some scented bait this year for trapping that came in a jar. Never hear of them for fishing.

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  • dwaynez
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    I have used those baits, but as mentioned above live bait or crappie jigs always produce more in my experience.

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  • jamesti
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    live baits are the best for crappie. jigs with minnow trailers, crickets or just good ole fashioned worms.

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  • peter
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    used it, but did not work as well as i expectd

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  • rrmont
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    The only thing that I have ever used them for was trout, never have tried it for crappie.

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  • gossy42
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    I have had some luck using it for trout. Never tried it for crappie would imagine it would work. Let us know if you have any luck!

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