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Natural Soybean Fish Attractant Blocks

Postby NaturalProteinTech » Fri Mar 24, 2006 1:46 pm

Natural Protein Technologies’ newest product line includes the most extraordinary fish attract made from natural products found anywhere. By processing soybeans with a certain pressure and temperature we produce a fish attractant that induces fish to feed.

We don’t need any synthetic or man made chemicals to make fish eat. We offer them a full fat soybean product that makes them crazy for feed. As our all natural 1.5 pound block of soybean attractant spreads a safe and biodegradable odor and oil into the water the fish come in quick.

Our tests have turned the water into a frothy washing machine action of feeding fish with only the natural fish bar hanging just below the surface. Bass, Bluegill, Sunfish, Shell Crackers, Crappie and Catfish come to this bait in droves.

One demonstration we put on resulted in 4 bluegills over 2 pounds, 3 bass, a catfish and numerous other smaller brim in a 15 minute fishing spree that resulted in 17 fish in 18 casts.

Our demonstration in Texas brought in bluegill, sunfish, rock bass and large mouth bass to a dock in the city of Austin in a few minutes. These fish could have been netted let alone caught on a hook!

Natural Protein Technologies has produced a natural, environmentally friendly and extremely effective fish attractant for most types of fresh and salt water species. This attractant was originally developed for salt water fishermen in the Florida Keys. It was used to bring bait fish to the sport fishing boats so that the huge Marlin catches could keep the tourists in the Keys. Later it was used in Louisiana as a bait for crawdads and catfish in the bayous.

A single block of Natural Protein Fish Attractant would fill nets with crawdads and catfish for commercial fishermen. We even video taped warm water spiney lobster feasting on the blocks.

Now we bring this exceptional product to fresh and salt water fishermen everywhere.
J. Harvey
Natural Protein Technologies
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