Smelly Jelly - Deadly Effective
Fish Attractant That Works
Anglers, I have got to let this out of the bag, seeing I have heard of this
product Smelly Jelly, but have never tried it. Well, I can't say that anymore after my last trip to Pickwick Lake and all the Spotted Bass
that I caught.
Almost all the fish came off of a Shaky Head Rig with Smelly Jelly
I was fishing with a guy named Jim that I met in Nashville, Tennessee while
doing seminars at a Fishing Expo
Show. If I remember, Jim sat through at least three of my seminars and would always have a ton of
One of his questions was when could he meet me at Pickwick so I could show him the
bass that the lake can
After three years, we finally got a schedule that was going to work seeing I
was going after Crappie I would take
a break and take Jim bass fishing.
I was at Pickwick two days before Jim arrived looking for Crappie, and it was
not paying off. The water was up at
least ten feet and every day the wind was blowing
Jim arrived the afternoon of the second day and I explained that I had searched the lake all over for crappie and came up empty handed. We both
decided to switch to bass fishing and would wait until the following
We were on the water at daybreak in Bear Creek at East Port. I was throwing
a spinner bait and Jim was throwing a Shaky Head worm. Needless to say
Jim was cleaning my clock with the amount of bass he was
It did not take me long to finally ask
Jim what he was doing, and he showed me the set up.
Everyone that knows me can already guess, YES, I had some Shaky head rigs
in my boat.
What Was Jim Doing Different
Even Using The Same Bait Rig?
I started throwing the Shaky Head Rig, but it was not producing like
Jim's Rig. I paid close attention to what he was doing and he would pull
a small jar out of his pocket and smear something on his worm and then
start catching Bass.
I broke down and
asked what are you using on that worm? Jim said pass your worm back here and he smeared some Smelly Jelly on my worm, and let me tell you before the
worm hit the bottom of the lake, a Spotted Bass jumped out of the
water with my bait in his mouth. This was just many of the fish we
caught that day.
The next day when we started fishing I wanted to know what had happened
yesterday was not a fluke so I switched worms with a fresh
Again, Jim was smoking me on the amount
of fish and every one of them would have made it to the scales at a
tournament. The second he applied the Smelly Jelly to my worm again, I started tearing up the bass.
When we returned to the cabin, I asked if I could see the containers that he had
in his pocket and one was Craw fish with Garlic and the other was Shad
with Garlic. I can
not stress to you how this magic attractant works but seeing is believing.
As you see they come in small squeeze bottles and jars that must be kept out of
the sun and when not in use put them in the FRIG or Freezer.
How Much Smelly Jelly Do You
Apply To The Worm?
It takes very little to coat not only just worms. You can apply it to any
tackle that you are throwing, and will out last any other spray or dip it
by 30 minutes. All you have to do is smear a little of the paste on two
fingers then apply to your bait or use the liquid squeeze bottle.
For your convenience, use the text links here or the image links above to
purchase one or more of the different Smelly Jelly scents available in liquid or paste form.
The cost average about $4.49 for the 4oz. "Sticky Liquid" bottles to $7.99 for a 4 oz. jar of "Pro Guide Formula" scented paste. Like I said earlier, if you keep them out
of the sun and in a cool place, the fish attractant will last season
Don't do like I did and wait forever to pick up a few jars or bottles. See if this
does not improve the amount of fish that you catch, and like I always
state in my articles; don't buy it until I try it.
Smelly Jelly gets my approval both hands down, and you will not see me on
the water without a jar or two of Smelly Jelly.
Keep The Hooks Wet!