This Is How To Apply Dr. Juice To Catch More Fish (Without The Mess)
Did the juice get loose all over your boat?
Yes, the custom Dr. Juice Saltwater Slam scent does help catch a ton of fish.
And the extremely potent formula will last on your lure for a long time.
But if you are not applying it correctly, you may have a mess on your hands along with a smelly boat!
So in this video, you’ll see exactly how to apply the juice and why it’s so effective at catching more fish.
Check it out below!
How To Apply Dr. Juice [VIDEO]
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We created this custom scent with Dr. Juice himself!
This blend has sex, fear, and schooling pheromones which are powerful attractants for predator fish.
Unlike other scents, this proprietary Salt Strong product is oil-based which is super important to longevity.
Just one or two drops will last much longer than the competition.
And if you can smell this on your lure an hour later, trust me, the fish can definitely still smell it!
Since this formula is so powerful, you’ll want to make sure you are applying it correctly to your lure for maximum “oomph.”
Please do this over the water, not over your boat!
Step 1: Shake well before each application.
Step 2: For the dropper, apply 1 – 2 drops to your lure, and for the spray bottle, apply 1 – 2 sprays to your lure.
Step 3: Go ahead and dip your lure in the water then cast.
You will not want this dripping all over your boat, your hands, and your clothes.
So, this application method is the best thing you can do to avoid any stinking mess.
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If you want to catch more snook, redfish, speckled trout, and flounder this year, you’ll definitely want to give our Dr. Juice custom scent a try!
But make sure you know the science behind the juice and the best application tactics for more strikes (and less mess).
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Can you soak your soft plastics in Dr. Juice by putting in the bag/container while you store them? If not, why?
Anybody try this for Stripers up in the Northeast US ?
Does this work with freshwater fish?
Want to know about that hat! Where do I find one?
Can I use this in fresh water
Why not just soak your plastics overnight or for a few days in the juice instead. Wouldn’t the scent soak in and stay for a long time without refreshing?
Luke, I live on Rainy Lake Mn. will this formula work on walleyes in freshwater ?
Thanks for all the great info Joe.
Try putting a few drops in an old bait bag. Tie on the lure and drop it in the bag. Squeeze the bag a little to coat the lure. Pull it out of the bag with the line. Seal the bag and use it all day. Add a few more drops as needed. No mess on your hands, none on you boat and a little goes a long way.
Be careful on a windy day. My wife picked up the scent when I got home from fishing.