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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Injecting worms?

    Thanks, interesting replies. I will probably get more into coarse fishing this year than last year and might give this a go again. I used to fish a couple of park lakes a long time ago and got into this injecting worms then. They were quite heavily fished and I collected big orange lobs near me on an old waste ground. They were orange because the ground had orange clay in it. I found injected with air they caught more fish on those lakes; nice bream and tench. Might go back there as it's only down the road from me but I will have to buy the worms now, no garden and digging might be a bit much now.
    I have seen many good fish caught on worms over the years, one lady angler I fished on commercials with used worms all the time just laying on in the margins and caught some very impressive carp like that and many other species. I like worms, is there a worm scent you can buy and does that work, soaked on maggots or bread maybe, just wondering.
    Last edited by markg; 05-05-2019 at 05:33.

  2. #12

    Default Re: Injecting worms?

    I use Sonubaits Worm Fishmeal Groundbait in a cage feeder with worm on the hook and it seems to work well. They do a matching liquid additive which I also use, as well as Dynamite Baits Liquid Worm. I'm not sure if the additives make any difference, but they certainly smell interesting!

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Injecting worms?

    I don't often use pop up lobs but when I do I use these wafter balls and sometimes use their chopped heads as a worm stop. A cut/chopped worm oozes amino acids which is all the attractant you really need for perch, for carp and other species the coloured balls might help if they are out of range of smell.

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  4. #14
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    Default Re: Injecting worms?

    The late 80s I had a ticket for a weeded up water that was home to some bigish Tench. Popped worm or bread flake were good baits for Tench, captured some big Roach as well on both bread and worm.
    Good memories.

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