Dye Live Bait Fish

Introduction: Dye Live Bait Fish

In this Instructable, we are very excited to show you how to DYE your LIVE BAIT FISH vibrant colors with Vicious Bait Dye, which is an Eco-friendly and Biodegradable product that won't hurt your live bait fish.

Step 1: Https://youtu.be/nF7Lbu5CjfI

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Step 2:

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    10 Discussions

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    Bootleg Outdoors
    Bootleg Outdoors

    4 years ago

    The pink bait fish work awesome!

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    ViciousBaitDye
    ViciousBaitDye

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thanks Bootleg Outdoors!

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    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    Cool. Colored fish are really expensive at the pet store.

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    ViciousBaitDye
    ViciousBaitDye

    Reply 4 years ago

    lol, thanks, they actually used to sell gold fish in bait stores when I was younger. Maybe they still do in some places. I thought that wasn't smart because you don't want to release non-native species in lakes, etc.

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    ironsmiter
    ironsmiter

    Reply 4 years ago

    with the old feeder goldfish, wasn't really a problem, as they weren't too smart. Any that got loose were quickly eaten by the sport fish. They also take a fair bit of time to grow large enough to be a problem...

    Now, take your current asian carp and you have a problem. Faster growing, 'smarter', and much more aggressive. they can quickly decimate a local diverse fish population.

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    ViciousBaitDye
    ViciousBaitDye

    Reply 4 years ago

    I agree and although I personally don't have a problem with folks using gold fish in bait stores, I have seen a lot of opposition to it.

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    ironsmiter
    ironsmiter

    Reply 4 years ago

    I wonder what the long term effects are... gold fish are pretty hardy, but breathing that stuff may not be good for them. less of a problem in bait fish. more of an issue for pets.

    Presumably, after a few weeks, they would return to their normal color.

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    ViciousBaitDye
    ViciousBaitDye

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you, great question. Indeed, the dye isn't permanent and the company of course stands by the commitment to keep the highest standards relating to the product being eco-friendly.

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    ViciousBaitDye
    ViciousBaitDye

    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you, Josehf!