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thanks...how did you prepare them?the ones i got are quite large,also if you know is there an easier way to get them out of there shell,i used a hammer but it was a bit messy..........:)
 

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thanks guys,one more thing to add i see buckies or winkles on the rocks,are they worth picking up?i enjoy the odd platefull myself but cant see how fish would develop a taste for them as access to a pin might be difficult....:)
 

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nice one :clap3: i never thought of the digestive juices,whole new train of thought going on now,thanks for that as im just away to bed,hope YOU all have a good nights sleep........:clap2:
 

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well i dont know if these work aswell, and not 100% sure on the name, but pipe fish, which can be found on rocks at low tide, well near to where i fish anyway, are found in cod's stomachs alot. I only found out about when a mate told me that he had been out in a charter boat, fishing for cod, didnt catch a thing, so the skipper tried some pipe fish, and they started catching all off a sudden, and when gutted, the stomachs were full of them. Dont know if they work all the time, but if nothing else works, theres no harm in trying, never had any experience with them my self, so anyone out there is welcome to correct me
i know of a place in summer that they can be collected by hand,might be worth a go........cheers
 
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