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They dont make bee jays no more...And for sonnys I have had good luck with eaters under 10lbs and i got one 15 or solb flat on it But it broke the line right as it got to shore I was only using 17lb mono becasue i didnt expect a decent fish to hit itIve used sonnys for years with good results and recommend it to anyone wanting fiddlers up to maybe 4 or 5 lbers. Few bigger ones hit it at times. This is the time of year dips and doughs shine for us, hotter the weather the better. Another good dough for us I swear by and have dulled many a knife because of it, Bee-Jays.
If its hot out just set it out in the sun for a bit, that will soften it right up. I am sure you know already but you have to stir it up pretty good when you first get it out. If its not hot, just put a little bit (like a spoonful or 2) of water in and then stir it. That will help alot, but I have heard of people adding veg oil to it and supposedly that works fine too.Thank you for all your replies gentlemen. I noticed that Sonnies is a little on the thick side;I was thinking of adding cooking oil to thin it out a bit. Has anybody ever used cooking oil to thin it out?
i just caught my personal best tonight on sonny's blood. 25 inches 9 lbs..not huge but thats big for me lolI use the Sonny's "Blood" formula for eaters in the hot summer. Works pretty good for a stringer of fryers. Have yet to catch anything big though.
Only way we used to fish it back when we used it... Just add enough to make it like about as slurpy as peanut butter (not too much!!).. Creates a much better scent slick IMHO.. We noticed our bite rates went much higher.. We have done side by side comparisons with and without veg oil added, veg oil won every time..Thank you for all your replies gentlemen. I noticed that Sonnies is a little on the thick side;I was thinking of adding cooking oil to thin it out a bit. Has anybody ever used cooking oil to thin it out?