Dynabait Sand worms – another beach worms long lasting fishing bait.
Sand worms 1kg Jumbo pack has been one of our best selling items for years. Frankly, worms are a great choice. Freshwater and saltwater fish eat worms. Fish finds this type of bait hard to avoid as worms are an easily accessible by many species.
If you are targeting King George whiting, Dusky flathead or Bream fish do not hesitate for a second. This is the right bait. We have been selling our bait for years and fisherman respond is being consitent… ” thank you, it worked ” .
Yes we agree… the live bait is live bait and we will never beat it with our dry version. But what if there are no fresh worms available ?
The fishing charters people love this packaking and we are happy to help !
Just brake off a bunch of worms from the dry pack, rehydrate and reach back for more if you need to.
Is it too big packaging of worms for you ? Buy a single pack Dynabait Sand worms from here.
Soak Dynabait Sand worms in water until rehydrated , the average time would be around 1-3 min, then move them into a dry container but keep moist. When cast into water a disbursement of hormone and enzyme flavor will attract any fish within reasonable distance and generate excellent catch result.
During processing all natural hormones and enzymes in Dynabait sand worms remain undamaged, keep their full flavor and result in an amazing and productive reaction from the fish. Proven catches of bream, sand whiting, cat fish, bass, dusky flathead, black fish, flounder, cod, mullet, morwong, redfish, yellow belly, leather jacket, trevally, salmon, snapper, coral trout, sweet lip, perch … just to name a few of fresh and salt.
Our customers are telling us how to use Dynabait : Some prefer to put Sand worms on a hook directly from the satchel (dry) allowing for re-hydration to take effect in a lake, river or sea,( please note some Dynabait products could be difficult to thread on a hook dry as they are too brittle and need to be soaked in water first in order to re-gain elasticity ).
Other anglers will submerge the dry bait in water (again …salt or fresh) for several minutes prior to use. The time may wary and generally depends on the body mass of the animal. Most of our fisherman use this following method:
Open the pack of Dynabait sand worms, tear off several worms you will need in next 60 min or so and soak them water. Should they be still too hard, leave them for another 10-15 min in a plastic bag or a cup. The bigger size bait will need to stay in water for longer time. For example squids medium or herrings will require at least 10 min re-hydrating time before releasing water from the satchel.