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apparently i made a post stating that jensen eggs are artifical bait in witch they are untill you add scent to them now there concidered bait! any scent add to anything is concidered natural? Anyways i was wrong and yes jenny eggs are concidered bait when scent is added! My bad and i'm sorry for the comment i made in a now locked thread! :beerchug:

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the regs are clear. They say nothing about rubber eggs or other synthetics being "natural". Scents and flavourings that contain natural substances or nutrients are bait. A piece of wool or a jensen egg treated with a natural scent is BAIT-not NATURAL
 

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hotrod said:
Always stirring the pot eh? 8)



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hahaha NOOOOOOOOOO ;)

I was wrong can you beleave that HR? LOL
Someone has to keep whats in the pot from burning! :thumbup:

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HOOK said:
he still wants to be the Sin Bin mod :happy: :happy: j/k CK :naughty:

hard to think rubber eggs as natural. so i guess scenting wool would make it natural also :confused:
it's the scent that makes it natural i guess ???

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At the outdoors show at the Tradex I asked a CO at their booth about jensen eggs. I walked up with a jar of j'eggs and said, is this bait? He looked at it, opened the jar, said yes. He said rubber eggs with no scent, not bait. ANY rubber eggs with ANY scent INCLUDING ANISE = bait. I took a j'egg out of the jar right in front of him and wiped it off really good on my shirt and asked, is this bait. He said, yes. The scent permeates the rubber MAKING IT BAIT. I said, what if I washed it off in the water and then put it on. He said, its still considered bait because the scent permeates the rubber. I said, what if the anise scent is not their to attract fish but to preserve the rubber and keep it supple, does that still make it bait? His answer, yes. I asked him if the anise scent is there not to attract fish but to hide other scents, is it still bait? His answer, yes. SCENT IS BAIT regardless of why its there. I asked, if someone was using the scented J'eggs in bait ban waters would they get fined. He said, by him, yes. Another CO might just give a warning.

Two different CO's on two different days gave the EXACT SAME ANSWERS.

Tell me again that they are not considered bait :wallbash:
 

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If the CO says they are,then they are...He's the one who is writing the ticket whether you agree with him or not....Challenge the ticket if you want,me, I don't have the time or energy to do the dance with DFO over small potatoes...If I'm going to do battle, it has to be over something bigger than Jensen eggs... :peace:
 
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