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#1 FatTuna

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Posted 20 August 2017 - 12:46 PM

Anyone ever try a squid spike? Seen them online but I've never seen them in the shops. Do they work for loligos? Anyone know a good place online to order them? Thanks. 


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 10:26 AM

They are for sale on ebay. They are for killing the squid, will work on any of them on the east coast. I am sure any old ice pick would work. May be small for humbolt squid. I have never seen a need for one, maybe I am just neanderthal and let them die in the bucket if they will be frozen, used fresh dead or eaten fresh. We do keep them alive in keepers for livelining albies from the shore.


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 10:58 AM

They are for sale on ebay. They are for killing the squid, will work on any of them on the east coast. I am sure any old ice pick would work. May be small for humbolt squid. I have never seen a need for one, maybe I am just neanderthal and let them die in the bucket if they will be frozen, used fresh dead or eaten fresh. We do keep them alive in keepers for livelining albies from the shore.

 

I'm talking about a spike that's used with bait. It's also called a squid skewer. I've seen pictures online but I literally can't find one for sale. It looks like a needle with a squid hook attached on the end. I want to use it offshore with a dead herring threaded on. 


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