Baitdye coloring for night crawlers, worms and minnows

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Live Kryptonite  crawlers and worms, with fish flavor!

Want to give that worm a more visible look and get more strikes? Bait stores in Michigan and Indiana are charging $1.00 to $1.50 more per dozen for chartreuse crawlers.

Live bait catches more fish than any and all artificial lures, fly’s or anything man has concocted to fool a living animal that it is food. Don’t get me wrong. I have and will continue to invest thousands of dollars into such items. I have tons of lures of almost every type , but I also use   live bait. If you are going to use live worms and crawlers, they will have more eye catching visibility with Baitdye. The dye has a real  fish  flavor that Walleye, Bass, Trout, Panfish and other game fish can't resist. It is specially formulated for live bait. Food coloring and other dyes have a petroleum base that kills the bait, has very pale color and fish don't like the taste. Baitdye is environmentally safe simply pour Baitdye on  to dye as many crawlers as you want. A 1 once bottle will dye one hundred crawlers. Earth worms and night crawlers have super sensitive skin. The skin is the largest organ on  all worms and animals. Baitdye soaks into the skin for a harmless color contrast that has no effect on them, except now they are chartreuse! Yes I am serious about this stuff. All ingredients in Baitdye is made from human consumption approved food spices and coloring. There is no lead in Baitdye, and as a matter of fact if you use any off the shelf food coloring, drop in a night crawler it will shrivel up and die. There is nothing in Baitdye that is not approved for human  consumption. We have gone a step further as regular USDA approved  food coloring and spices is not safe enough for bait. 

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Another fine product from the

Baitstick Co.

For more information and pricing see our web site at www.baitstick.com or email us at angler@baitstick.com