Ok I have like this special spray, that coats your bait with this UV color, which fish can see but humans cant, so basically it like uses the same lure action your lure already has, but now the fish can see it better and from farther away, so when you catch fish on your lure its not because of the lure its because of my special spray that has no scent and you cant see.
So send me a PM and I'll sell you a bottle of wate.....errr I mean special spray, and I'll beat their price even.
Why I didnt think of this before Dr. Jeckal I dont know.
"When you use Fool-a-Fish, fish see your bait like a thousand tiny mirrors!
How it Works
Visible light only penetrates clear ocean water to a depth of about 30-40 feet; UVA light travels up to 1/2-mile, penetrating even murky and off-color water. Lures and baits treated with Fool-a-Fish reflect UVA light in every direction, just like a spinning "Disco Ball."
Fish use UV vision to find locate their prey; they swarm to bait or lures coated with Fool-a-Fish."
What I have found from my limited research into TiO2 (and I have worked directly on TiO2 purification processes for the manufacture of pigments) is that ...
"TiO2 is used for many industrial applications such as the production of white emulsion paint as well as the white coating on many brands of chewing gum. TiO2, however absorbs Ultraviolet light (350-380 nm)."
In summary TiO2 ABSORBS LIGHT IN THE ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRUM ... and DOES NOT REFLECT IT LIKE A "DISCO BALL"!
The UVA range has wavelengths from 315-400 nanometers and the lower and upper limits of this range are outside the above quoted span that is absorbed by TiO2. However, it is very unlikely that TiO2 absorbs only the middle of the band and reflects the upper and lower wavelengths ... but I do not know for sure.
This being said the "Fool-a-Fish" stuff (if it works at all) likely creates a very dark spot in the water where your lure is. This, in fact, may work to attract fish ... we all know how black leeches attract Walleye.
Anyway, based on the above info, I think it may be a scam ... buyer beware!