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46 minutes ago, Towknee said:

Bloodworms are hard to beat when targeting whiting. As a kid Digging bloodworms in the passage always resulted in us having whiting for dinner! 

My son & I picked these ones up on yabbies in the passage yesterday along with plenty of bream that went back in the water. 

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A forty is my target. What end of the Passage ?

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You mentioned how expensive blood worms are - when I was a kid on the Tweed I used squirt worms for whiting and blackfish which were way better than blood worms (and free if you have a yabbie pump). Just have to pump around the casings you can see at low tide, but takes a lot of them to make a decent amount of bait. 

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On ‎6‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 7:15 PM, tiotony said:

Just have to pump around the casings you can see at low tide, but takes a lot of them to make a decent amount of bait. 

Good tip @tiotony - think I know the ones you mean.  @ellicat - there you go, next time just phone @benno573 and tell him you'll meet him there an hour after he gets there ..............

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