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  1. Yeah that would be one tool where it’s really worth reading the instructions from my brief reading, people carrying them around while plugged in and walking around the prongs while live, weren’t the best ideas
  2. Thanks Doobie. Yeah I did a bit of a deep dive on weird worm catching methods. there was a product recall in the USA after 30 deaths. People were dying for worms by plugging these device directly into mains power a car battery sounds like a much saner option https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/1993/electric-worm-getter-worm-probe-recalled-by-six-retailers-electrocution-hazard-cited
  3. Yeah that’s the sort of action I was after unfortunately I haven’t raised a worm yet
  4. If you can - fish everything unweighted with alot of slack in your line. Any resistance on spooky fish will make them drop the bait. If you have to use sinkers - make sure its the bare minimum to get you bait out there and that its a running sinker. The first time a fish should feel any resistance is when you set the hook as you see your slack line tighten Live 10c to 20c sized crabs are my number one bait for bigger bream - live marine worms would be the best all rounder for all sized bream. Second string baits are Live garden worms (especially after rain out the front of a d
  5. Even seagulls have their own technique which is supposed to mimic heavy rain im tipping just before or during a thunderstorm would be a good time to try
  6. It’s done on a few different continents with a variety of different implements worms should start surfacing with in a minute guys claim it works in Australia but it most popular in countries with moles that hunt underground rainfall, barometer, oncoming storms, recent rains and light levels are all supposed to play into the techniques effectiveness
  7. Has anyone ever had success with “worm Grunting” in Australia (Sending vibrations down into the soil to scare worms up to the surface) I just had my first crack, at a few known worm spots, with no luck
  8. I've only watched a bit but I'm loving it so far - Love the history and larger than life characters - its a refreshing change from flyfishing style interviews where they get all pretentious and philosophical. In this one, a guy jams a hook through the skin on his hand and says its the pain that makes fish go cross eyed when you hook em Loving it.
  9. Thanks for the tip My worm farm has a feeding tray up top where I load the veg and I let it rot up there. The worms come up through the holes to munch on it when it’s ready
  10. Veggie scraps aren’t cutting it - so its time for worm chow it’s only been 3 days but I swear they are getting bigger already
  11. Yeah I’ve got them on Berkeley gulp worms with a small stinger hook in the tail
  12. ........,. Have you checked with Ray and Anne’s. They some times have good deals on Cockles
  13. Just found my old squid tenderiser from when I used to be a guru just a tip - if you do use one - never tenderise squid on top of a school. Get it done earlier or anyone anchored on the same school, will want to lynch you for scaring all the whiting away
  14. Back in the day - all the whiting guru's used to carry metal meat tenderisers to bash the squid before using it for bait Collecting and cleaning fresh mussel is quite labour intensive - even if you are good at it - yanking on their beards and shucking them takes a while. Back when I used to fish for whiting, the pippies were real cheap aswell - Unfortunately you will hear alot of anecdotal evidence that pippies remain a stand out bait - Stuff like - "they werent touching squid or bass yabbies, all they wanted was the pippie" Maybe marinating chicken flesh in cockle juice over ni
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