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How to become a   Distributor

 

Hello

Thanks for your interest in becoming a Baitstick distributor. Most of our distributors are bait and tackle shops. We do however have several individual people that sell the product. Some of the prime selling points are Outdoor boating / fishing shows, flee markets, fund raisers for schools, churches, clubs of all types, and areas where people are fishing. 

This is a tremendous money making product that has only been out to the public less then two years. Carol and her husband made over $3,000 in one weekend selling Baitstick only, at the Michigan Grand Rapids Outdoor show! .

I get calls every day on where Baitstick can be bought locally

This is fishing season, and people are out buying anything that gives them an advantage. Walk into any bait and tackle store, show them what it is and how it works.

Baitstick is sold in one dozen lots and can be ordered in bulk lots for as low as 75% off  tackle box tube. Baitstick retails for $7.50

Start up cost

Your start up cost is purchase of the product in bulk.

Fill out the form below, and lets start making money!

Below is an example of our press release.

Creepy crawlers bugs and ants, watch out. Don’t step on them, do what these anglers do!

New fishing technique spreading across the country

There is a new fishing technique used widely in the Midwest, and spreading across the country. This technique has been in dozens of outdoor information sources throughout the US.

 

The technique allows live bait to be attached to a fishing hook with a very sticky taffy-like material. It is a technique that permits anglers to use any type of dry, live bait when fishing for their favorite catch. This glued on live baited hook can be used in fly fishing, spin casting or with a flip rod. The result is the bait is not impaled by the hook and killed. Insects are, and stay alive kicking, squirming and fluttering trying to get free. This frantic movement by the insect attracts fish to this natural food source. Now, the angler can fish with almost anything. Insects of all types fall into our lakes rivers streams and ponds. These insects are a big part of the fishes natural food. Most of these insects can’t be put on a hook because they are to small or to delicate. A Michigan company has come up with a solution.

The technique was field tested by several highly respected outdoor information sources around the country. Their results and link can be found on the Baitstick.com web site. Information on what fish where caught, bait used and were they where caught. A very in-depth test of Baitstick. One outdoor expert and field tester said " Baitstick bait glue is amazing in its simplicity and deadly effectiveness on catching fish " " It is a super thick, soft, sticky, non-toxic, environmentally safe glue that is applied to the fishing hook, then live bait is stuck to the material. Trout, Salmon, Bass, Panfish, Catfish, and other fish that pass on conventional fishing methods, can’t resist the live bait nonstop movement."

Catfish eat dog food? Trout love candy?

Mary Petty, a Product Director at Baitstick said." We get great feedback!" One angler reported that he "limits out" on Bluegill using maggots! A fly fisherman called, to say he had incredible action during the Mayfly hatch in northern Michigan, and easily caught Steelhead and Rainbow Trout. He used live Mayflies stuck on a dry fly hook using Baitstick. Big black carpenter ants are a favorite with Baitstick users for bass and pan fish.

Trout are fished for using wax worms stuck to the hook then dipped in regular cake sprinkles. The sweet flavor and coloring added to a moving bait does the trick she said.

Catfish have been reported caught on dry dog food that is glued on the hook ."It’s so simple to apply the glue to your hook then press on dry dog food "said Petty.

Think of all the different insects and bait to use; worms, spiders, beetles, bees, ants, grasshoppers and any other dry bait a fisherman, or fisherlady wants to use, said Petty.

This sticky material is nothing like toxic super glue that gets hard, breaks off, anesthetizes and kills the bait. Few, if any fish are attracted to the pungent toxic smell of super glue she said. Baitstick has no odor or taste.

To contact Baitstick. Telephone 734- 6767772, email address angler@baitstick.com Web site www.baitstick.com

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