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Why are fish attracted to garlic?

Asked: Mary Elmer Smith, Date Created:

Anise and garlic may be masking scents rather than attracting scents. Now think about this: The smells or scents are transmitted to the fish by the water surrounding the fish. ... The scents that utilize fish oil as a base stay on the bait quite well and disperse readily in the water leaving a "scent trail".

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