Scotty show you How to Catch beach worms for bait.
Beach Worming on Fraser Island or any beach will suck you in in as worming can be tricky, best to hit the beach on the last two hours of the run out tide with light winds as the wind at times can put the worms down, take you stink bag and wash it around as the wave washes back this will send a sent running down the beach and as the water dry back you will spot the worms heads sticking up feeding on the sent then it is just a matter of pulling them out to easy.
How to Catch beach worms for bait will provide you hours of fun so follow Scotty simple tips.
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Question: My son wants to raise worms for fishing, and possibly even sell them locally as bait. We were given a “glob” of baby red wrigglers by a friend. We have a plastic home made bin with layers set up. It has been going for about 2-3 months now. The worms seem to be happy and healthy. They were very small when we got them and seem to be getting bigger. I am wondering if they will ever be big enough to use as bait, or do we have the wrong worms for bait worms. By the way, cool site, thanks for the advise. I have just been looking around on you site and have learned a ton.
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You could go out and buy a kit that will include a container, bedding and even food; such as a Or you could create your own worm farm out of materials laying around in your garage. The main reasons for raising your own night crawlers is to save money, and enjoy the convenience of always having a steady supply of fishing bait on hand. You can gather worms from your yard and use them as breeding stock, or you can buy them. Either way you choose to obtain your worms, you will enjoy the pride of creating your own colony. Whether you choose red worms, nightcrawlers or any other type of worms for bait, the following process should be similar.