Sunday, March 16, 2008

Worm Baiting

worm bait

At Sembawang Park, I saw an uncle doing a most peculiar thing. He was sprinkling water along the sandy shores from a container which looked like it contained orange peels. Observing attentively at the spot were he sprayed, with a swift motion, he dug his fingers into the sand probably observing some movement. And wow..., out came a worm which he passed to his daughter, probably to be used as fishing bait later. Quite amazing, I wonder how the water soaked in orange skins lured the worms out...

Fishing line
For people who have a passion for fishing, please do not throw away unwanted lines and hooks anywhere. This may pose a potential danger to birds which can get entangled or cut by them. See the sad story of the heron killed by such in BESG blog.

5 comments:

YC said...

I have known people using water where a little boiled rice has been added to catch worm like what you described.

Siyang said...

Mmm... Interesting~ I wonder wats the logic behind it

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Anonymous said...

u think ppl discard their hook, rig, weight on tree purposly? nonono..

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