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Colorado-Ice-Man

BaitMate Non Scents

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I bought some of these on clearance earlier this year, and they seem to work really well on any gas, fumes, etc.... smells on the hands.

Unfortunately, I can't find them online without paying 7-10 bucks shipping and handling for a product that only costs 2 bucks.

Anyone out there use these and know a good place to buy them? WalMart discontinued them.

Thanks in advance!

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I bought 4 of the little bottles a few years back becuase it was starting to get hard to find the stuff.
I haven't seen it around since then.
I would like to know where a guy can some too.

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Do a search on "Google" for "baitmate". I believe it is the seventh link down that you are looking for.

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Thanks, I did that. But, I was looking for something where shipping wasn't 10.00.

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I use a product called "Fisherman's soap". Blue liquid in a clear plastic bottle. Comes in different sizes and works very well for me. Gas, diesel fuel, fish odors. Just about all of our bait shops carry it, shouldn't be too hard to find. Just a thought since you are unable to find your product reasonably priced.

[This message has been edited by Graywolf (edited 01-09-2004).]

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Thanks! I will go looking for the soap, cause I have had NO luck online so far for the BaitMate.

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