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i used it...maybe it was just a bad experiance with me..but it had a bit of a smell and left a chalky film on my lures..maybe i was supposed to put it in the water quicker..never put it under a black light

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same here don ,got some a while back [freeby] and never really got it to go never looked under a light. i'll let anyone have to try if they want it,sits in the garage all lonely.

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Best Chance Too talked about it in a Steelheaders seminar a few years back.... said they put it on all the lures on one side of the boat and not on the other side. The side they sprayed caught way more fish than the other side. It was alot of work, and need to be re-applied often, but it is a main reason they run alot of UV lures now. So their opinion was that it worked, was a bit of effort, had to be re-applied often. Must not be a game changer since they don't keep using it.

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The uv blast dose work but only for a short time. and you have to reapply it often. we have gone to a sealed coating so you don't have to do this

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