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sandworm catching q

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without spot burning, look for areas that are a mix of sand and rock (thats why you use a pitchfork)

 

A so you dont cut the worms in half

B to be able to dig around the stones

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On 11/11/2020 at 6:21 AM, PSegnatelli said:

Possibly dumb question.  

Are worms around thru the winter in the NE?  

 

Nah, they all go to FL for the winter. :p

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2 hours ago, MakoMike said:

Nah, they all go to FL for the winter. :p

Here all night folks!

 

If they're here all year and don't go out to sea or anything. Im might go down during the winter and do some digging, then salt & freeze for future use. 

Saves my energy for fishing days. 

 

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18 hours ago, PSegnatelli said:

Here all night folks!

 

If they're here all year and don't go out to sea or anything. Im might go down during the winter and do some digging, then salt & freeze for future use. 

Saves my energy for fishing days. 

 

They don't freeze very well. 

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On 3/6/2011 at 2:21 PM, jameso20o said:

I heard a good method to catch sandworms is to fill up a bottle with chicken feed and sea water, and spray it over the shore to catch them. What I'm wondering is, what else can you use besides chicken feed? Because I don't just have any of that stuff lying around. Thanks.

You need an Aussie woman to bring with you.... lol

 

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