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Bloodworm / Joker

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  • Bloodworm / Joker

    My club has decided to allow B&J for the 1st time on this years winter league, as a result I am now after any useful info. Pool fishing averages 10ft on a lot of pegs, so wondering about groundbaiting etc..
    any info welcome!

  • #2
    Not an expert by any means, but whilst it will buy you bites, you have to consider if you might get bitted out, that was certainly the experience on our club pool, but a lot depends on the stocking levels if one or two good fish are likely to win a match then B and J could be a non starter and an expensive exercise, I would suggest that you need to be using it in double leam mix to get it down in 10 foot of water.