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Fishing Bait - Pautzke Bait Company Introduces New Colors to Its Nectar Line

Fishing Bait - Pautzke Bait Company

Fishing Bait -In accordance with tighter fishing regulations, increased angling pressure and a commitment to provide anglers with new innovative products, Pautzke Bait Company, well known for its Balls O' Fire salmon eggs is pleased to announce two new colors its popular Nectar attractant.

First manufactured in 1964, red has been the standard color of Nectar for anglers across the globe. In 2004, Pautzke added yellow and orange to its line of Nectar products.

"With the increasing pressure of more anglers these days the fish are pickier than they used to be. They are getting more bait/attractant thrown at them now," says Casey Kelley, Pautzke CEO. "We are still using the original Nectar recipe. The only difference is that we've added new natural colors so that fishermen have the edge on the fish in all weather, water and light conditions."

Nectar is an attractant. It's the salt, sugars and oils that have been strained from Pautzke's patented Ball O' Fire salmon egg production process. Nectar is manufactured to help anglers increase their catch rates by soaking baits, dousing artificials or chumming waters to draw sport fish in and entice them to bite more frequently. Pautzke reminds anglers to consult local fishing regulations. Chumming isn't permitted in all waters.

"It gives your old bait new life," added Kelley. "It's the same principal of chumming for sharks. If you want the whole boat surrounded by fish you better have Nectar in the water."

Nectar is derived from cooked salmon eggs and has been a longtime favorite for use with egg clusters, lures, herring and other live and cut baits. Nectar adds texture to baits and enhances flavor, stimulating more bites.

Nectar is applicable to all species of gamefish. It's a proven method to increase catch rates on salmon, steelhead, catfish, pan fish, sturgeon, trout, kokanee and other fresh and salt water fish.

"The new orange Nectar is one of the best attractants to use for channel catfish," says Hugh Marx, general manager at Southern California's Lake Jennings. "I just put it in a coffee can with a lid, dip my bait in it and it works fabulously. I like it 10 times better than the stink baits. It's my opinion that to catch the bigger catfish you need to use fresh baits. Nectar just enhances those natural flavors."

Nectar is available in flip top dispense bottles for easy and convenient use. It is available in eight-ounce squeeze bottles or one gallon containers for the serious angler.

"The Nectar is more than just a fish attractant," says Idaho angler Paul Garder, a member of the Pautzke Pro Staff. "The Nectar cures your own salmon and steelhead roe. By adding Nectar it firms up your eggs, yet increases the release of oils into the water. This creates a bigger scent trail and produces more bites." For more info visit


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