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I tried to learn how to fish over Labor day weekend during a camping little camping trip at Clearlake State Park in California. After 2 days and about 6 hours of fishing I came up empty handed although my sister who was also just learning caught a 6 and a half pound catfish on her first cast!

In any case, the bait shop had set us up with a 2 dozen nightcrawlers and we only ended up using 6 of them.... leaving me with 18 leftover.... so I decided to toss them in a 1 quart plastic bin with some kitchen scraps and see how they do. Hmm.. anyone know what kind of worms these fishing bait nightcrawlers are?

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Comment by Nathan Scholten on September 6, 2008 at 9:01pm
Hey Steven!
It's been a while, business is picking up so its been about a week since Ive had a chance to log on.
6.5 lb do you have a picture?
I find that I do best with worms in freshwater.
I too have also read that women make better fisherpeople than men. The article that I read claimed that it was due to the pheramones on their hands and it is transferred to the bait when the bait the hook. FWIW my 9 yr old daughter often does better than I do fishing side by side with the same bait.
Hope all is well in SF.
Nathan J.
Comment by Steven Chow on September 7, 2008 at 8:09am
Here's a photo of the fish. It seemed really big when I first saw it in the water. I wasn't thinking we'd catch anything since it was really our first time fishing... my first thought was that is huge how are we going to deal with that.

Comment by DeDe on October 22, 2008 at 6:52pm
So are the nightcrawlers still in the 1-qt plastic bin, or did they get introduced to your general population?


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