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Do fish see or smell bait?

Asked: Fish&TravelTheWorld, Last Updated:

Well most of the other fish species have a very evolved olfactory system too. That is why it is so important to get the smell of your baits and lures just right if you want to have a successful day on the water. For most fish, their primary sense for finding prey is their sense of smell.

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