The Story of Papa Bob's Bodacious Bait Juice
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HI, my grand daughters call me Papa Bob. That's Sue beside me.
I've been making and using this juice for many years and my fishing buddies have been buggin' me to bring it to market since almost day one. In May 2011 I knew the time was right. I contacted the Michigan State University Product Center. They work with emerging businesses like ours. In the first two weeks we were able to locate sources for materials, packaging and labels. We have already begun distribution to a few stores. More stores are being added daily.
The bottom line is this stuff really works. Just unscrew the cap, dip your bait, and cast. You will catch more fish. Use any bait from worms to artificial lures. If you are using shrimp in the Gulf just dip their tails. Whether you are fishing fresh water, salt water or the river that flows between them, high tide, low tide or no tide ... you will catch more fish.
Bodacious as defined by the Random House Dictionary means thorough, blatant, unmistakable, a blend of bold and audacious, remarkable or outstanding. I think you'll agree that the definition fits.
Over the 2011 Memorial weekend we had the opportunity to run yet another field test. This time on Lake Mitchell in Cadillac, Mi. We were surrounded by a dozen boats for about 2 1/2 hours. They were catching 3" to 4" blue gills if anything at all. In Florida we called that bait. We put 25 "keepers" in the cooler and threw back another couple dozen. No, I didn't bring along any jars to sell on the water.
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