There is a bass fishing product called dip n' glow that is used to dye your plastic baits chartreuse or pink. One of these also comes in garlic flavored to enhance your bait. I was doing my usual thinking about new fishing ideas when it hit me why not try this with cut bait. It retains the normal fresh fish smell and texture and also gets a garlic kick. It also turns the bait chartreuse (just don't get it on your hands) and don't directly smell the bottle it'll almost make you sick. I caught fish with it but I couldn't say I caught fish that I wouldn't have without it. I also use it on live bait just dip a chub tail in the bottle or pour some down the side of a bigger bait an bam stinky live bait. I think the bottle was only 2 or 3 bucks and it lasts forever. JUST BE CAREFUL THIS STUFF STINKS AND STAINS ANYTHING IT TOUCHES. Give it a try and tell me what you think I know you can get the stuff at Bass Pro.