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    Re: Pro Cure scents

    I got a few flavors, so it lasts a bit. Bloody tuna, salmon slammer, anise & bloody tuna, crawdad...

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    Dont think ive ever had a bottle last more than a year. Im only using 2-3 a year tho. You guys using the larger bottles?
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    Re: Pro Cure scents

    I hit their booth at ISE every year and basically use it all. Good deals at the show. I had a large bottle of their butt juice years ago that was fine for 3 or 4 years.


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    Re: Pro Cure scents

    Dont think ive ever had a bottle last more than a year. Im only using 2-3 a year tho. You guys using the larger bottles?

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    Re: Pro Cure scents

    When I buy procure I write the date on the plastic squeeze bottle with a felt marker pen. If it’s still around in 3 years it gets tossed. I don’t keep them in the refrigerator , I just keep them in the boat or garage. I wouldn’t leave them out in the direct hot sun though. A couple years ago at the Sportsmen’s show I asked a guy at the procure booth about shelf life. I don’t remember his exact answer but I remember it should last many years. If it smells rancid get rid of it. After 3 years probably time for a new bottle.
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    Re: Pro Cure scents

    I have a couple plastic containers in the boat
    that I keep my scents in.
    When I unload the boat I put the containers in
    the frig in the garage.

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    Re: Pro Cure scents

    I replace mine every 2-3 years. I suppose ideally a fridge would be best but that wouldn't fly with my wife. My garage is cool enough that they don't spoil.

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    Pro Cure scents

    What is the shelf life? Should they be kept in the refrigerator when not in use?
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