Hey guys shut down your computer and pick some night crawlers. I was out from 8Pm to 8:40 Pm and I picked up 40 crawlers. Good night for picking.
Blu: I generally have good luck with blu gills and white bass with a piece of the night crawler. If the largemouth bass aren't biting I resort to catching pan fish.blufloyd said:Got any recipes????
Can't get fish to bite on them any more. Last couple purchases ended up in yard.
Always use a red light. Doesn't spook them.kman711 said:Thanks for the idea, well I went out but not as good as you. I say I got about 2 dozen of them in 30 minutes. My back aches now. Any tips Chuck?
Now there's good ol' ingenuity and it makes sense too 2fish56 said:I usually double-up a Jewel Food Store plastic bag and put it over my flashlight with a rubberband. It cuts down on the light's strength and harshness and doesn't scare the worms.
Ed: I just put a red celephane paper over my flashlight fastened with a rubber band. Hunden has a good idea with the headlamp if you got one. I have one, but forgot about it. Thanks for the tip Hunden.Also the main thing is step lightly, The crawler can sense any hard step on the ground. Another thing someone mentioned was the temperature. Last night the temp was perfect. When it is cold they don't sprawl out as much.Ed said:I never thought of using a red or flourecent light.
Ok, it's early, where to get one?
kman711: You should get enough ideas from all the new post now. As far as your back aching, every 5 minutes stand up straight and strech a little. That should make it easier on your back. Blu could have told you that. :lol: :lol: :lol:kman711 said:Thanks for the idea, well I went out but not as good as you. I say I got about 2 dozen of them in 30 minutes. My back aches now. Any tips Chuck?
That sounds like a nutty idea. :lol: :lol: :lol:lovetofish said:Get the red celephane at Hobby Lobby. This will make a huge difference and be worth the trip.
Another trick is to soak walnut shells in a couple buckets of water (24hours) and then pour it evenly over an area about 10 by 10. It irritates but does not hurt them.