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#1 Guesty86



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Posted 19 June 2013 - 05:44 PM

hi guys and girls,my names adam and iv just joined this site,iv been a keen fisherman most of my life,but just recently iv been targeting squid,for bait mainly but also for a chew aswell,i went squidding the other night and got , but wanted to know how to store them so there in top nick condition for mr mulloway,i searched online and ended up wrapping them separately in glad wrap making sure to get all the air out and wrapped them in newspaper and put them in the freezer,also made sure to not let any fresh water come into contact with them,but as i was about to wrap them up i thought i sld kill them but in the process i popped the ink sack,i couldn't wash it off them because i was at home and had no salt water,so i wrapped them up covered in ink,my question is will the ink being on them and then being frozen make them look unfresh when i thore them out and use them for bait,will it stain the flesh and look unpresentable to a fish? next time im gunna freeze them live i think,but will these 2 still be good for bait??


 thanks in advance,adam

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