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have a few that did not make it since weekend.  are they good to use still





I read that you should leave them in the seaweed, but place newspaper on top and below them to absorb the slime/moisture they create. Place them in the least coldest part of the fridge and turn them over twice a day. I'm trying it now for the few that I have left from yesterday. They can last up to 2 weeks.


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Just a question, does anyone know what they get for a dozen blood and sand worms? I haven't gone flounder fishing in years, and remember paying around $3.50 a dozen for either one.


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Just a question, does anyone know what they get for a dozen blood and sand worms? I haven't gone flounder fishing in years, and remember paying around $3.50 a dozen for either one.





It's 3x as much now.


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Just a question, does anyone know what they get for a dozen blood and sand worms? I haven't gone flounder fishing in years, and remember paying around $3.50 a dozen for either one.

 

Sands around $8, bloods at least $12 a doz.

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 Wow, i figured they'd be more, but didn't think that much more. Just goes to show you how long it's been since i went. Between that and the price of gas, it's really getting to be rediculious.


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I wonder why bloods and sands are cheaper in CT (at least where I am). I fish in both areas and always wondered why sand worms were around $4 a dozen in CT yet so expensive in NJ

 

Must be a local supply thing

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I wonder why bloods and sands are cheaper in CT (at least where I am). I fish in both areas and always wondered why sand worms were around $4 a dozen in CT yet so expensive in NJ

 

Must be a local supply thing

 

they come from maine so possibly transporting them also they don't keep real easy so i bet most shops add the dead ones into the price.

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they come from maine so possibly transporting them

 

That's what they tell you but don't be fooled. You can buy them locally by the flat at a fraction of the price if you find the right sources. They jack up the price because THEY CAN.

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Check out this thread some one posted a video from you tube in there about bloodworms it's a cool video from dirty jobs

 

http://www.stripersonline.com/t/887131/how-dangerous-is-a-blood-worms-mouth/15

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FX8DQ436F4g

 

The thread was meant to be fun and kind of mock the how dangerous is a bluefish mouth

 

So feel free to bump it.

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have a few that did not make it since weekend.  are they good to use still





9 days later and the blood worms are still alive using the method I posted above. Gonna use them tomorrow.


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