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 Posted: Thu Apr 17th, 2014 02:35 pm
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whalerider wrote: When digging for wonder worm.look out for a bed rock.. mark a spot 1 metre away from the rock and dig atleast 50cm deep working towards the bed rock , work from the bottom of the hole towards rock lifting silt and small rocks away while you dig . what you will see is that the worm cannot go down to escape as you took away his tunnel from bottom, so they will fall out or move towards bed rock which is also a dead end . you will experience that the hole will fill up with water, use a yoghurt tub to scoop water out of hole but make sure you watch what you chucking as a worm will go with the water , try excavating with spaced fingers as you will get and feel a worm better !

Preserving it , same as pslatarix but without the brine , tupperware container with newspaper at the bottom with a healthy dose of coarse salt .....Happy Hunting

Thought i'd share my Zim Bop !
Agree 100%, this way allows you to dig slowly and thereby not damage the worms.

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 04:57 pm
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Waar by witsand het jy hulle gegrawe? Ek kom jare daar nog nooit van dit gehoor nie? Ons pomp maar bloedwurm

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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2019 07:02 pm
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Luan17 wrote:
Waar by witsand het jy hulle gegrawe? Ek kom jare daar nog nooit van dit gehoor nie? Ons pomp maar bloedwurm


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 Posted: Wed May 15th, 2019 06:03 pm
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Ulrich84 wrote:
Great piece of Info((goodp_

Just wanted to know, what are the bag limit for this type of bait, I am stil new to all the regulations on Bait?

Cheers


On last look at regulations you're only allowed 10 per day.

I also preserve worms in a mix of salt and maize meal.Ratio 1:10.This way it lasts for more than a year and in dry state easier to put on hook.

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 Posted: Thu May 16th, 2019 01:28 pm
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Dit Lyk my jy kyk hulle dan jare al mis by witsand. Hulle is nie vollop nie, mar het genoeg daar gekry toe ek laas probeer het.

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