Shark repellent for fishing only – reduces shark interactions and by-catch
Semi-moist block – cut into pieces and place in a sabiki chum cage or bag
Repels sharks away from your fishing line or sabiki rig
Deploy repellent before sharks are sited
Reduces the loss of fishing equipment and your fish catch
Details: Sharktec's Shark Repellent is a Time-Release product used to repel sharks while fishing. This revolutionary product does not repel other fish, only sharks, helping to reduce, but not eliminate, interactions with sharks, decreasing the loss of hooked fish while fishing. *Semi-moist block *Helps repel sharks away from your boat or fishing line while fishing *Reduces shark by-catch *Disperse product using a chum bag or chum cage *Product lasts 45 minutes to 1 hour or more depending on water temperature and current *Allow time for material to hydrate and dissolve once deployed *Proven to repel blacknose, blacktip, blue, bull, lemon, silky, Caribbean reef, great hammerhead, scalloped hammerhead, night and dusky sharks. Best Use Cases *Bottom/Wreck fishing while boat is anchored *Repellent in small chum cage down the line with leader *Repellent placed up current, in same water column as sharks and fish *Repellent placed closer to bottom so oils rise up water column (not down) Directions for Use: Cut off a piece of repellent from the block, place in a chum bag or a chum cage. Hang the bag or cage over the side of your boat or near where you will be casting your line and wait a short time for the material to hydrate and disperse into water. If using a chum cage, attach the cage to your main fishing line near the weight. Dispersing the product up current of where you will be fishing works best. Currents and the location of your dispenser in the water column dictate the effectiveness. Heat Warning: This product will soften and possibly melt if exposed to temperatures of 90 degrees or more. It is best to store the product in a cooler during warm days. Caution: Please note that this product is NOT intended to completely eliminate shark interactions. Sharks are wild, conscious, independent animals that make variable decisions based off feeding and self-defense urges.
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