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#1 squidbait85

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Posted 04 August 2006 - 06:14 AM

Greetings,
I'm new to this forums, and I've read a ton of stuff on here, lots of good info. Anyways, I live on whidbey island and I want to go for squid, but seattle is a bit too far for me to go. Anyone know of any place here on the island or even anacortes that would be good for squid fishing? :)

Thanks a bunch,
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#2 Old Salt

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  • Location:Wiregrass Area-Alabama,USA
  • Interests:Shark-Skate & Squid fishing. I am too Old for pier fishing for sharks, but Skate & Squid will do. I catch Squid for Bait and eating! I have Squided for 25 years in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Tybee Island, Georgia and recently(last 10 years) in Gulf Coast florida-USA.

Posted 04 August 2006 - 04:35 PM

Welcome to the Forum, I don't live in your area(resident of the GulfCoast of the Deep South USA).I am sure other forum members are more knowledgeable in specifics to your locality.But,I would like to offer some advice that you may find helpful.When I move to a new location-I check the tackle shops & local fishing clubs for Info.You may find The Fishin' Club Whidbey Island (here is the weblink)maybe helpful with there monthly member meetings.From my experience the vast majority of mainstream americans who catch squid use them for Bait(live Squid works better than frozen or rubber).Keep this in mind when you query for info(ie does the tackle shop have squidjigs etc) .Hope this is helpful and good luck :) !

Edited by Old Salt, 04 August 2006 - 04:50 PM.

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