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i just bought a couple River 2 Sea s-wavers and the bluegill one is my favorite so far but i wanted to dye a little bit of the tail chartreuse with some jj's magic but didn't know if it would work or mess up the bait, so will it work?

 

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I don't think it will work on hard baits but I'm not sure I've never tried.

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You might try a Hi lighter first if you're just wanting to add some color. JJ's doesn't get a long with some materials, hate to ruin a new bait. 

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Hard as Nails fingernail polish in the color of your choice along with the clear to cover the initial painting on your hard baits.

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i just bought a couple River 2 Sea s-wavers and the bluegill one is my favorite so far but i wanted to dye a little bit of the tail chartreuse with some jj's magic but didn't know if it would work or mess up the bait, so will it work?

thank

tight lines

Don't they come with 2 tails? If so, try it on one of the tails and see how it handles it. It's a pretty hard plastic so it may not absorb like others.

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Spike it pens work on hard baits

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Hard as Nails fingernail polish in the color of your choice along with the clear to cover the initial painting on your hard baits.

 

I will 2nd this suggestion. Works very well.

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