Lure & Bait Ingredients - Anti Freeze & Preservatives

  • Glycerine - pint, half gal, gallon

    Finest available. Not a preservative, rather is a binder, blender, stabilizer, and antifreeze when mixed with glands. It is mixed with urines to add body, to prevent evaporation when exposed to the air, and to prevent freezing.


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  • Lanolin - Pint

    Used as a base to make paste-type lures. Can be liquefied making it easier to work with.

    Not a Preservative.


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  • Propylene Glycol - pint, half gal, gallon

    Top grade. Similar uses as Glycerine Oil, but a bit cheaper. Used for anti-freeze in urines, and as tincturing ingredient. When used to spray on the dirt as an antifreeze – mix 1 part glycol to 3 parts water and apply in several layers at the set.


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  • Sodium Benzoate

    Stops cut or ground bait from decomposing after reaching desired stage of taint.

    Use 2 tablespoons per pint or 1 cup per gallon to preserve fresh or aged meat or fish baits. Takes 7 to 10 days for full effect.


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