The world's biggest, nicest and most helpful squid fishing community!!
- Squid Fishing Forum
- → Highest Reputation Content
Highest Reputation Content
Posted by slayer666 on 21 July 2013 - 12:48 AM
Posted by Squidman1 on 03 November 2012 - 06:43 AM
Posted by Squid_Man on 04 May 2012 - 11:34 PM
Posted by anthonyl2008 on 06 October 2014 - 06:51 AM
Can Anybody tell me when and where squid fishing in the FALL (Oct -Nov) ? RI or Ma ?
Posted by BillG on 25 August 2014 - 11:55 PM
When does the fall run typically begin? Is it as predictable as the spring run (keep an eye on water temperature until it reaches a certain warmth)?
It's really more about the moon than the water temps in the Fall. Unlike Spring, the water is already warm "enough." The squid are here in small schools throughout the Summer and into early Fall. If you look at last year's forum, you'll see people were squidding into Nov. My theory is that the big factor that contributes to a squid "run" is that the predators don't bust up the bigger schools into a bunch of smaller skittish ones. So, since a lot of the Summer predators move out in the late Sept., early Oct. timeframe, the squid can make bigger breeding schools in the Oct./Nov. full moons. So, depending on moon phase, the Sept., Oct., and Nov. full moons may bring big runs into the Bay. So the two weeks surrounding the new moon between those full moons would be good times to go squidding. However, moon and tide and your available time to go squidding likely wont line up, so just get out when you can, hopefully not when there is a huge, bright moon overhead.
Posted by algreenjr on 18 May 2014 - 06:41 AM
Today seems awfully quiet. Planning a kayak trip tomorrow for tautog and squid around the newport bridge. Will report later
Posted by SalemScott on 15 May 2014 - 08:57 PM
Spent a little time down in Beverly last night, there was a guy down there with testing out a new underwater light he just built. No squid but plenty of sea worms swimming around. Turns out building these lights is relatively cheap.
Posted by lord of the squids on 03 March 2014 - 08:07 PM
I'm going to Greece (Samos) for 2 weeks in July/August and plan to do some small boat (tinny or row boat) fishing. Sounds like it's not a good time for squid though I'll be looking . Has anyone experience of this type of small boat fishing around Samos?
Matt but live in UK
You are unlucky ,i could help you a lot but i just saw it.Anyway july and August is a very good period for Samos(south side of the island)
Posted by liumingwh on 25 April 2013 - 12:31 AM
Is one of the largest squid processing factory in China
we're a manufacturer which is specialized in frozen.
Squid Tubes, Squid Rings, Squid Tentacles,
Squid Carvings, Squid T+T,
Squid R+T, Squid Fillet, Squid Strip, etc.
Frozen Squid Products
Todarodes pacificus, Illex argentinus, Ommastrephes Bartrami, Dosidicus gigas, Nototodarus sloanii
U5, U7, U10, 10/20
Squid tube, , wing off, tip on, first ring on, max. 0.5% STPP, IQF/block frozen, 100% NW or at your request
Squid ring, cut from tube , dia 3/7cm, width 1/1.3cm, 20% glaze, 0.5% STPP
Squid tentacle, come from squid (tube length), eyes off, beak off, cartilage off, skin on
Squid T+T] Clean, 3-5/5-8 inch, IQF/Block frozen
If your company has the demand of frozen squid products. We are pleased to sell to you with the best price and quality.
IM (Skype) ID :
Posted by red on 31 December 2012 - 05:07 AM
I make them for Ted's sport center
Went out squidding this morning and got around 4 pounds before a seal came in and decided to bite my jig and snap my line. I lost a jig that I got while pulling up a crab pot in the summer. Does anyone know where I can buy this jig?
Posted by Ojingo on 27 March 2012 - 08:32 PM
Posted by KILLERSQUID on 25 March 2012 - 12:48 PM
Posted by pisces_australis on 20 May 2011 - 07:25 AM
Did the lanyid come standard with your gaff?
Yes m8 it did
Ihave also the BB30 + bag that has a large plastic ring the the gaff hooks onto
Posted by bobby z on 19 April 2011 - 08:43 AM
Posted by lijiang on 21 December 2010 - 04:16 PM
Venue:New China International Exhibition Center, Beijing
Date:February 17-19, 2011
ChinaFish 2011 is the most significant and renowned fishing tackle show in theworld. The show has gained the reputation of showcasing high quality product atevery edition. China International Fishing Tackle Trade Exhibition 2011 is thebest platform for the visitors, as it is the most professional fishing tacklefair where they can explore a wide range of products of their choice ateconomical price, exhibited by the top class international exhibitors. The showwill provide fabulous opportunity for the exhibitors to display their productsand company to the whole tackle trade world, and hence improve their business.
Withgreat pleasure, I would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming 21stChina International Fishing Tackle Trade Exhibition (China Fish 2011).
ChinaFish 2011 Updates
-450 exhibitors booked the booths as of Dec. 8th;
-26,400 sqm exhibiting area with 94% sold out;
-International buyers from 59 countries and regions registered;
-Sendyour attendees' names and company information to Lijiang@chinafish.cn.
-Orlog on our website: www.chinafishshow.org for online registration,
Foron-site registration, USD 30/per person will be charged. (Deadline is Jan. 15,2011)
Thetargeted visitors in the event China Fish 2010 are:
- Fishing Industry Professionals
- General Public
Theprofile for exhibits in the event China Fish 2010 comprises:
- Fishing Accessory
- Tackle Box
- Tackle Accessory
- Fly Tackle Products
- Ice Fishing Products
- Outdoor Leisure Products
- Fishing boat
- Fishing Yacht
- Boat Accessory
- Tackle Making Equipment
- Tackle Making Materials
- Packing Materials
- Fishing Books
Add:9/F, Bldg.#5, Wanda Plaza, No.93 Jianguo Rd., Chaoyang District, Beijing100022, China
Posted by bufford on 10 November 2010 - 06:29 PM
The next time you plan on being out near Kingston and have room on your boat, let me know. I'd be happy to meet you @ the docks and flip you some gas$ for a night out fishin'
Right on.. I unfortunately have not been hitting that side of the Sound..But? I would be more than happy to bring you on board if you wanna meet me on this side of the Puget Sound sometime..
And? Nah..Don't worry about the Gas..Your company and maybe some brew would be more than enough..PM me your contact info so I could give you a heads up when I'm heading out next time..I will take you to my secret spot where the squids lay them eggs every year.. I see like Millions of egg sacks every Spring time when I scuba dive that area...GICK GICK GICK
What a great website!! Kudo's to you Glen..I might just end up making a new Friend..
Posted by CalamaroItalia on 30 May 2014 - 06:32 AM