Hey yall, some of you old sea hags most have some good tips for storin and shippin bloodworms?I know they ship em in salt water, is there any tricks to keepin them more healthy, or livin longer?All advice welcome!thebirdman.gif
So I live on Merrymeeting Bay and just started fishing. I am new and learning quick. Getting the hang of my part of the bay because I do not have a boat and fish almost every night--mainly catch catfish, eels and white perch. Neighbor showed me a few spots on the kenne the other day and got a...
I am brand new to striper fishing -- the white perch are DEVOURING my bloodworms, and it is killing me.
Any advice on avoiding it? I'm throwing from one 9' surf pole, and one 7' boat rod, with usually a 2-oz. sinker...will a 3-oz. sinker make enough of a difference for casting distance? I...
Its that time again, stripertime. Has anyone successfully picked bloodworms in NJ ? According to studys they are populated from Nova Scotia to Florida. I have never seen any however they are supposed to enhabit this area.
There are many bloodworm-substitute baits out there now- Fishbites Bag o Bloods, Seabait Bloodworm Potion, Maine Baits' Bloodworm liquid bait, some kind of "squid strip" in Bloodworm flavor, and perhaps others.
Has anyone ever used any of these products for Striped Bass, seen them used, "heard...
Just curious if there are any places around Truro to grab some bloodworms wanna try them out this season
Only ones I can find on google are American and they wont ship under 500
Any help would be great
Tried these this year with no results, but with fishing from shore generally being so sporadic I can't say that I've truly given them a full test.
Anyone else try 'em? Results, if any?
I'm going to try the Gulp Bloodworms on one hook and real Blodworms on second hook. I've heard good things about the artificial worms and want to test them out. My only reservation is the water temp. I read they're better at releasing scent in warmer water. Anyone using them?
From Gloucester County Times NJ
Some new imitation bloodworms have appeared on the market, and all indications point to them being just what the doctor ordered. In fact, many bait dealers we contacted stated that they are discontinuing carrying bloodworms completely.
Several dealers told us...
Ok, was out fishing yesterday on the Chesapeake. Everyone I talked to was using bloodworms. Why is it that bloodworms are the only bait the striper will hit on this time of year? Is it lack of other types of food in the bay? Doesn't make sense to me that they won't hit anything else....