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  1. Hey guys, I recently went fishing for stripers with night crawlers because the I didn’t want to pay for bloodworms or sandworms. I was only fishing for an hour and I didn’t catch anything. The nighcrawlers kept on coming off the hook. Is there a way to use night crawlers for stripers without this problem? Are blood or sandworms effective and worth the price? Will fishbites work instead? Will fishbites work at this time of year? I fish the western Long Island sound if that makes a difference. Thank you in advance for any advice given! Best, Steve
  2. Anyone dig their own sandworms and bloodworms. I hear they pretty pricey to buy at the baitshops. Last year, I was fishing around moco out back near some tennis courts and saw a flock of canada geese just plowing up the black muck on the beach area. I figure they were digging up some tasty grubs and worms that fish might also enjoy. Might poke around there with a hand rake this year to see what I turn up.
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