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Jun
20

Unfair Advantage glow in the dark lure, what it looks like and how to use it. Trapping Video

Unfair Advantage glow in the dark lure, what it looks like and how to use it. Trapping Video

I know A lot of trappers have a lot of questions about our Unfair Advantage Glow in the Dark lure. Does it have a smell? How much do I use on a Flag? What does Unfair Advantage Glow in the Dark Lure look like? This is why I posted this little video to show you what the glow in the dark lure looks like. Yep, in glows in the dark!

Unfair Advantage does not have an odor to draw in bobcats, fox, raccoons, beaver and otter. To be honest with you it smells like an old lady to me. So don’t think you are getting a lure in the traditional sense.  Unfair Advantage is a visual lure. This means it can be seen a long way off and grab an animals attention with their eyes. I don’t have a way to know how far a bobcat, raccoon or beaver can see Unfair Advantage, but it is probably several hundred yards in open areas. I have asked several bobcats how far away they saw the glow in the dark lure, but non of them would talk to me yet.

You do not need a lot on a flag or a stick to get animals attention, they see very well at night already. Unfair Advantage stands out to a human, I can only guess how bright it is to animals. I do know my catch went up when I used it, so the animals have to come over and check it out. Get a some on you finger and smear it on a flag or get a glob on the end of a stick and you are in business. If you use a grape or golf ball size, you are wasting the lure and your money. Animals don’t need an oz of Unfair Advantage to see and find your set when you are using it.

This is not a good choice for coyotes, it is a little too much for their cowardly personality.