Osp Dolive Stick 6 inch Worms for Bass Colours and Uses

03 Nov, 2017

There are over 30 different colours available in these excellent OSP Dolive Sticks so who decided that only Wakasagi is excellent and the rest are at best pedestrian.Just the power of suggestion and a single endorsement.As a user of these excellent worms for over 5 years and with feedback from thousands of customers I can verify that wakasagi is good but not any better than any other colour used in the right circumstances.Lure fishing requires intelligent choices and slavishly following a single recommendation can lead to disappointment and poor results.OSP DoLive Stick 6inch Scuppernong Blue Flake W034 OSP-DoLive-Stick-6inch-Dark-Cinnamon-Blue-And-Pepper-w027 osp-dolive-stick-fat-4.5in-black-red-flake-w020 osp-dolive-stick-fat-4.5in-blue-back-cinnamon-w112 osp-dolive-stick-green-pumpkin-red-nat-orange-tw108 osp-dolive-stick-neon-shad-tw129  http://www.henrystackleshop.com/en/search?controller=search&orderby=position&orderway=desc&search_query=dolive+6&submit_search=   osp-dolive-stick-sunset-craw-tw119 osp-dolive-stick-vitamin-gill-tw180

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Bass News

08 Jun, 2012

I attended a meeting Wednesday afternoon (06 Jun 2012) at the IFI offices in Clonmel. Also present were Professional Bass Guide Jim Hendrick, John Quinlan of the Irish bass group and Colm McCann a recreational bass fisherman. Three fisheries officers and the area manager David McInerney took time to talk to us regarding many aspects of bass fishing protection on the South East coast. Topics ranged from illegal netting issues to the current spate of recreational take at locations on the Wexford coast before and during the bass ban. IFI are new to recreational bass angling protection and policies were agreed for implementation immediately to stem the current spate of conservation breaches in this area . Anglers on the South coast will be seeing more of the IFI shortly.

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