So you are down at the local fish shop and you are talking to some fishermen. You begin to tell them that you had a hard day fishing and you weren’t able to catch many fish.
They give you a can of WD40 and tell you to spray your baits with this lubricate before fishing.
That leads you to the question: Can you use WD40 on your fishing lures?
The answer: No, don’t do it. According to the MSDS for WD40 it contains petroleum base oil, which means if you were to spray your baits, you are actually polluting the very waters you are fishing. Instead, use a fish attract that was designed for fishing.
For that reason, let’s talk about the best bass attractants.
Best Bass Attractants
The first option that we want to look at is attractants by MegaStrike.
Megastrike produces a number of different formulas that you can use depending on where you are fishing and the lure you are fishing with. They have 3 different scents, the original, crawfish and garlic.
The pictured above is their crawfish formula which is great to use when fishing with craws.
It isn’t a spray, but it comes in a tube. Many anglers prefer this method as the scent tends to stick to the bait a little bit longer.