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Offline beach bum

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White spot question about worms
« on: Wed 11 Apr 18:30 2018 »
I know I can't take live beach worms South over the boarder. But are the cured red ones you can get in the round Chinese container ok to take instead?
Looking forward to the next trip


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Re: White spot question about worms
« Reply #2 on: Thu 12 Apr 06:01 2018 »
That's from 2015 so a bit outdated now but would have been nice if the ones bringing it in played by the rules instead of giving us the raw prawn so to speak. I've found a place over the boarder that has live worms on their website so I'll call them today n see if they have any.
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Re: White spot question about worms
« Reply #3 on: Fri 13 Apr 05:09 2018 »
Where you headed ?
I know Pottsville tackle shop has live worms

I have better results on the frozen/cured worms i get from Charltons than i do live worms

The red seems to stand out more