Thee Fisherman's Soap: Lose the smell
I have heard anglers share several home remedies and gimmicks about removing the odor of fish and bait from hands, tackle, coolers, and live wells. Many of these remedies only mask the smell until the next warm day only to make the scent worse than before. I recently was introduced to a new product that solves the problem of the smell. Thee Fisherman's Soap, and when used on tackle, hands, coolers, live wells, and other washable surfaces, will take care of the odor problems by eliminating them without only masking the odor to return later.Anglers know that artificial fish scent attractant can actually smell worse than bait and will leave a scent that lingers even longer and is almost impossible to wash off hands and gear. This is not a concern when using Thee Fisherman?s Soap.?Thee Fisherman's Soap is a biodegradable, specially formulated to eliminate fish and bait odors; not to mention cigarette and skunk odors. Give it a try on just about any stinky job you have.? Just lather up, scrub, and rinse. For more intense jobs, you may want to use warm water with a scrub brush for even better results. A great product for anglers and cooks.
Some tips from Thee Fisherman's Soap for cleaning your gear:First empty your tackle box. Use Thee Fisherman?s Soap to clean out the box with warm water. The "human" smells fish can pick up from your tackle and gear can also be washed away with Fisherman?s Soap. Also, don?t forget to clean the hinges and wash down the separate compartments. Finally, dry it with a dry cloth.With a mild solution of Thee Fisherman?s Soap and warm water and a soft cloth, clean lures and spinnerbait blades. This is a good time to inspect your lures and make sure the hooks are sharp enough for the upcoming catch. If they are not sharp, use a hook file to sharpen them. Check over your lures to make sure they are not torn, damaged, or otherwise compromised. Reorganize your tackle box for use.Use a soft bristle brush a mild solution of Thee Fisherman?s Soap and warm water while cleaning your fishing rod. While checking your reels, don?t tear them down unless they?ve been neglected for some time. Just make certain that the winding mechanism of the reel is in good working order if the line is securely held. To clean the reel, use Fisherman?s Soap and water with a soft bristle brush.Happy Fishing!For more information on this great product visit their web site by clicking the link below: