Posts by Roger Osborne

Catching Beach Worms – Perfection?

Catching Beach Worms with your fingers Challenges even the best beach worm catchers face. When it comes to catching beach worms with your fingers or pliers there is no such person as a perfect beach wormer! Even professional beach wormers who spend many hours catching beach worms for sale miss beach worms( fail in an attempt to catch a worm ). They have good days and bad days. Be encouraged! I am writing this article to encourage you on your
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Beach Worming – Five Key Points

Catching Beach Worms – Detailed Instruction With Roger Osborne BEACH POSITION – proximity to wave zone When you are catching Beach Worms you will find worms at different positions on the beach. Some beach worms are higher up the beach and some lower down closer to the deep water. When you are learning it is better to target the worms that are higher up the beach. The reason for this is that you will have more time in between waves
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Sand Whiting Fish – Beach Fishing Guide

 Whiting Fish Beach Fishing For Sand Whiting There are several members of the Whiting fish Sillaginidae family that abound in Australian coastal waters. This is a target species article focused specifically on fishing for Sand Whiting off the beach. I know how important detail is to achieve success, however I will try to keep this instruction simple. My goal is to make it easy for you to understand and also give you the best information possible on this subject.  
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Catching Beach Worms – changing beach conditions

Catching beach worms depends on the conditions at your local beach. The simple fact is that beaches are always changing. You can’t assume that you can drive down to your local beach on any day and be able to start catching beach worms. It is amazing how quickly a beach can change. Conditions can be great for beach worming one day, and then no good the next. The Power of The Ocean The ocean is incredibly powerful and can shift
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The Mega Worm – A True Story

Beach Worms Australia The Mega Worm! I laugh when I remember this time with my father, I think that I had worm nightmares afterwards and dreams of giant beach worms coming out of the sand. When I was about 11 years of age, one morning I went beach worming with my father Bryan. My dad had always been a super keen fisherman and I think that I picked up the fishing gene. When you are beach worming, worms of different
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What Are Beach Worms?

What are Beach Worms? Polychaete(worm) Australonuphis commonly called the Australian beach worm is a genus of annelid often used as bait by fishermen. As the name suggests they live in the sand on ocean beaches generally between the high and low tide marks. Beach worms can grow to more than 2 meters in length and have a head with two fangs that they use to rip off pieces of dead fish or birds which are washed up onto the beach.
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Not All Beaches Are The Same!

Not All Beaches Are The Same! These fundamental beach worming tips will help to be more productive and successful with your beach worming. Yes, I know it sounds obvious but you catch beach worms in the sand at the beach! However not all beaches are the same. Some beaches have fine grained sand others have coarse grained sand. There are beaches with a combination of coarse sand, small rocks and shells. Not all beaches have a population of worms! On
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Breaking All The Rules

Surf Fishing If you have been a fisherman for very long you will understand that sometimes surf fishing is unpredictable. Often the most important thing is just to have a line in the water. Anything can happen! One of the best fishermen that I know, simply goes fishing, regardless of tide, time, and conditions. He gets amazing fish when you wouldn’t expect it. Recently, while I was filming my Beach Worming Masterclass, I told my videographer that I would bring
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