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look for some post from alworms a few years back, if I remember correctly olive oil makes the baits hard or bleed or something. It might be another type of oil to, I just remember them all talking about it a bunch of years ago.

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i read that also about olive oil. i was going to put some garlic concentrate in some and make my own scent spray. i was just thinking may try it with worm oil and add the scent.

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look for some post from alworms a few years back, if I remember correctly olive oil makes the baits hard or bleed or something. It might be another type of oil to, I just remember them all talking about it a bunch of years ago.

I ran out of worm oil and tried Johnson's baby oil. NOT a good idea! In less than a week, all my worms were hard as pencils. :eek:

Never tried the olive oil though. Might be worth a shot!

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i just read on a fishing fourm guys useing cod liver oil and mixing in garlic powder and salt to make fish scent. anyone use it. i think i will get some and add del`s garlic scent to it.

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I ran out of worm oil and tried Johnson's baby oil. NOT a good idea! In less than a week, all my worms were hard as pencils....... :eek:

Vivaaaaa Viiiiagra !!!!:).......:D

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I ran out of worm oil and tried Johnson's baby oil. NOT a good idea! In less than a week' date=' all my worms were hard as pencils[/b']....... :eek:

Vivaaaaa Viiiiagra !!!!:).......:D

You just might be on to something there. :lolhuh:

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I have been using it on my POP molds. I have not tried mixing any of it into the plastic. I have not done very mmuch pouring should I be mixing in some oil when I pour?

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The only reason I asked about using the Olive oil in the plastic was in case U had been using a scent and added it in together ... otherwise no need to add it ot the plastic ... PACKING is the main use.

JSC

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If you are adding worm oil to allow for easier packaging, why not just use a few drops of scent? I give the baits a squirt while they're setting up. The next day they are still slick and package easily. Just curious because I've never used worm oil.

For myself, there's nothing worse than trying screw on a slippery bait on a shakey head!

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I have been using sented oil and olive oil on my molds just to help release. The only reason I don't like to use the sented is it is also colored. So I use the sented on them after they cool that way they dont suck up the green "stickey liquid".

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