Who owns Pro Cure?
Brad Ritz, founder of PRO/CURE CONCEPTS, is a hospitality industry specialist with 15+ years of professional management experience concentrated within Procurement, Culinary Development and new restaurant Design & Development.
How long does procure last?
1) What is the shelf life of your scents? Super Gels will last 7-10 years, Bait Oils, 3-5 years, Water Soluble 3-5 years, Bait Sauce 7-10 years. 2) Should I keep scent on ice? It does not need to be.
How long do fishing scents last?
WHEN TO REAPPLY. Even the best fishing scents must be reapplied at some point. Water temperature dictates how long a fishing scent will last when applied to any given lure. On average scent products should be reapplied every 30 minutes or so.
Does lure scent work?
To conclude, it doesn’t hurt to add fishing scent and attractants to lures. It likely won’t hurt your fishing experience and often will help when the bite is slow like during cold weather fishing.
What is pro cure?
Pro-Cure is a sticky gel that’s made with bits of baitfish and crustaceans. It has a strong scent and is designed to attract fish to your lure and get more strikes.
Does Pro-Cure Really Work?
When To Use Pro-Cure And speaking of smell, Pro-Cure works best when you’re targeting fish that rely heavily on smell to find food. However, species like snook and trout rely on sight more than they do smell, so Pro-Cure might not be as effective for them.
What is pro-cure?
1 transitive : to get possession of (something) : to obtain (something) by particular care and effort procure a loan She had managed to procure a hat shaped like a life-size lion’s head, which was perched precariously on her head.—
Does Pro Cure Really Work?
What scent attracts fish the most?
Three scents that appear to be positive scents are salt, anise, and garlic. Anise and garlic may be masking scents rather than attracting scents. Now think about this: The smells or scents are transmitted to the fish by the water surrounding the fish.
Why are fish attracted to garlic?
Appetite stimulant: most fish love the smell and taste of garlic and this will usually entice sick, stressed, or fish that would otherwise not eat the offered food, to eat. Most commercially prepared food has some form of garlic or another for this reason.