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What type of fish does garlic attract?

Asked: MIND ON MUSKY®, Last Updated:

While I wouldn't expect to see many fish taking a clove or bulb of garlic as bait, you can use garlic as a scent to either attract fish like stocked trout or mask other deterring smells for fish like bass.

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    However, if you are experienced and want to keep a group of killies in a larger tank, you can do so as long as you provide plenty of retreats and hiding spaces. Alternatively, you can just have one male killifish in each aquarium, and avoid keeping any similar-looking male species.

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