digging bait

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is pump or fork best for digging lug/rag cheers



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rick7363 wrote:is pump or fork best for digging lug/rag cheers
AAAAAAh!!! just curiuos but is no local permit needed to dig lug/rag/seaworms and is there not a min. size/bag limit you can keep??

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All depends on the size of the lug. If you get the big lug they have at Pevensey for example then they pump it. If its the small blow lug we get down my way then we dig it ;)

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^^thank u^^

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hi mate as the others said fork for commons an pump for yellows... bait man

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Post by robc22 »

thanks guys.......Has anyone heard of keeping lug(sea)worms in coke ash to toughen the skin .......it is suppose to make them last longer on the hook?????

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Coke Ash??

Thats a new one on me, I salt them.

Tim B-)

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Salting them in layers is the most common method.
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