Hmmm HCL "hydrochloric acid" is sold at home Depot under the nam... moreHmmm HCL "hydrochloric acid" is sold at home Depot under the name "muriatic acid" - Im sure you can find it at other hardwarer stores too, if not under Hydrocloric acid, then under muriatic acid. Here it's a pretty common acid, I even think I can buy it at larger groccery stores in the sections for chemical cleaners.
I said no such thing, but if you still after being informed that... moreI said no such thing, but if you still after being informed that it's toxic and will pollute the enviroment. Then yeah I would call you a pollouting moron, but im sure you wouldn't go use WD40 my friend.
By unenlightened moron i mean a person not having the means to put 2 and 2 together and think twice about using a lubricans from a aerosol can, used in your garage/shed for all kinds of things. To think sure it's most likely safe to feed into a water enviroment, not going on the internet and look up the chemicals in the can. I know thats what I did the first time someone told me about the WD40 useage for fishattraction, took my WD40 and looked up the content chemicals on google and the safety data sheets from both EU and the US. I truely hope just a few who read this thinks twice about using WD40 or atleast look up the chemicals listed as toxic, then deside that toxic chemicals have nothing to do in our waterways, streams, rivers and oceans we all love to fish.
Both Paraffinic distillate and Isoparaff... moreLet me be blunt!
Both Paraffinic distillate and Isoparaffins petroleum hydrotreated are toxic, so using WD40 as a fish attractor is idiotic and only a unenlightened moron would do so!
My love for people who pollute water, and well delibretly pollute in general can be placed in a very tiny little place!
There are soo many great natural attractors now days, so there is no need to use toxic stuff like WD40. And yes Garlic is a fantastic flavor enhancment, I use that for both Carp and Trout. They love it along with krill shrimp oil and several other spices! less
Done and shared on my Goggle+ account, glad to hear it have help... moreDone and shared on my Goggle+ account, glad to hear it have helped sofar to stand together and I hope for everyone in Toronto or who might visit Toronto with their rod, that this madness is stoped.
Make a happening, where u all go fish in the ponds at the politi... moreMake a happening, where u all go fish in the ponds at the politicians golf courses and country clubs
Jokes a side, David thats terrible, sorry to hear about that kinda stuff. The harbor is everyones, fishermens aswell and everyone should have the right to use it as they want to. Aslong they don't harm anyone, make a mess of the place or in anyother way mistreat the puplic forum.
I wish you all good luck in Toronto getting this unfair ban lifted!
Hello Aren and welcome to the club, hope you will have a blast h... moreHello Aren and welcome to the club, hope you will have a blast here and upload loads of pictures of your catches and share your fishing adventures with the rest of us!
Rob Could we not make a Sub Forum called Nature, Outdoor adventu... moreRob Could we not make a Sub Forum called Nature, Outdoor adventures or something like that. Where we could post topics about our fishing trips and outdoor adventures! Would be a prefect place to make a topic about beach findings like shells and coral or what ever you can find on your local beach.
@Adz Cash I love the idea and would love to both see your pictures but also read about what kind of shells and corals you find, we don't have corals where I live and most shells around here are quite small. But some of them are pretty non the less!
Hello their friends & fellow anglers
My name is Pail Fisher, im capt. of the Quantum Magic Trout team in Denmark.
Welcome to my profile and little corner of the club. I’m from Denmark, I have been fishing on and off since I was 6 years old. Now days I mainly do catch n Release for trout, carp and sturgeon
As I enjoy fishing very much, I'm a very active angler that’s not letting a bit of rain or snow stops me from going out fishing. If there’s much more than a week between I’m getting out, I’m either sick or crawling on the walls to get out there.
I also enjoy the camp life, cooking over fire and many other outdoor activities. So I often combine it with my fishing, going out for a few days at a time or longer if my planner allows it.
I thought I would start a sect... moreHello their fellow anglers
I thought I would start a section on Trout fishing, both a popular eating and game fish around the world.Hoping others will take time to write up and maybe make a video, on how you tie your favorite rig and present the bait and what kind of bait you are using.
In this first post and the video I have made, I will explain how to fish for trout in a pretty simple and highly effective way, with a regular spinning rod and reel. My 13 yearol daughter landed a 10 pound trout on this kinda rig this season.
How to fish Trout with Bombarda part 1 How to fish Trout with Bombarda part 2 (HD)
For this you will need:
A Bombard float.2-3 split shots.Fluorocarbon line. (4-7 lbs is fine)Small Single hook.
Spinning rod and reel.
I’m not going to go much into detail on hook size, as there are so freaking many different ways to set the size. Japanese, American and English all seem to have different size classes to the same hooks. So ... less
Im not gonna use alot of energy on explaining what boilies are, ... moreIm not gonna use alot of energy on explaining what boilies are, sept they are small dough balls that are boiled - hence the name boilie. Often used by carp anglers, but there are other fish too that you can land on boilies like tench, catfish and sturgeon.
This is a basic dough recipe, in the video I use Oister flavor and roll up some Fish flavord boilies too. But you can add any flavor or color you wish, just follow the video toturial and you will be all good. Color don't matter much, it's mainly to make it easyer for you to tell your boilies apart. Without haveing to sniff them, as I find alot of the flavors I use reeks horrible.
This is a video of how I make my own Caviar, in this case im use... moreThis is a video of how I make my own Caviar, in this case im useing trout eggs. You can use the eggs of a number of different speicies, both fresh and saltwater fish can be used for Caviar.
First I run the eggs under hot water, then isolate the eggs and remove the eggsack.
Fish out small peices of eggsack, will show as white "flakes" floating above the eggs.
(you can jump this if you like)
Make and add the brine to the eggs, cover the eggs and refrigiate for 15-20 min.
Let the finished caviar dripp off any excess water in a sift for a little before you jar them, don't wash em or anything. The salt brine helps preserve the caviar, it's not only to flavor the Caviar.
The brine I use is made of:
500 ml Water
50 grams of salt
Use plenty of brine to cover the eggs When it's all done, it's good for 7-14 days when stored cold in the refrigiator.
Don't freez it!
Normaly I use this as a topping for other things,... less
So when you go into Tips & Tricks it have extra options, this way later on when the forum is full of good infomation and articles about "how to fish" it's not all mangled into each other. Fresh water fishing is a huge topic, im shure sea fishing is just as huge and technical. But as we are and gonna be more people, on many different skill levels and some prolly fish more then others, im shure we could end up with a awsome forum full of user to user info, with easy accessible Vidoe DIY's, Tutorials and ekspert advice.
This way it would be much easyer to go specific into one "style... less
I often cook this Goulash soup when I go fishing for a week... moreI often cook this Goulash soup when I go fishing for a weekend, it's easy, very tasty and there are easy food for a few days when I cook a good pot full.
I use about
500-1000 grams of beef cut in cubes.
500-1000 grams of fresh carrots
500-1000 grams of fresh potatoes
300-500 grams of onion
100 gram Tomato concentrated pure'
Maybe a few fresh tomatoes
2-4 bay leaves
Salt and pepper as u like
+ plenty of water.
Plenty of room for changes, remember to cook it for 2½-3 hours or more to get it really nice
Here is a link to the video, as it will not show atm in the forums
Glad to be here!
... moreHello Rob and everyone else
Glad to be here!
Im a fresh green sprout going on my summer No#32 and I have been fishing on and off for most my life. Had about a decade where I did'nt fish so much from I was 20 to 28, unless hooking hot chicks in clubs counts as landing a big catch.
Mainly I fish for Carp, Northern Pike, "Euro" Perch, trouth and salamon. Most of the fishing I do is Catch n Release, as I mainly fish in fresh water and I prefere eating saltwater fish. Besides fishing I also enjoy nature walks, camping, tree climbing, australian repelling or wall running as it's know as here and many other hobbies.
I love to travel and wish I had the money to do it all the time, then I would be tracking the globe with a rod bag, survival kit and some video cameras. less
I have talked with many anglers over the years, one thing many ppl seems to debate about is.
Is fishing better during the rain or after it have rained and what species do you fish.
Personaly I find that fishing turns to the better right after rain stops, while during the rain they are less active feeding. Atleast my expiriance for Carp and Rainbow Trouth fishing.
November 27, 2011 - posted by Pali Fisher,
900 g spinach -
4 eggs -
1 dl milk (100 ml) -
100 g mayo -
salt, fresh grinded pepper. -
500 g Smoked trout -
500 g Sour crème (18% or 38%, I use 38%) -
1 bundle dill weed -
juice of ½ a lemon -
salt, fresh grinded pepper -
200 g fresh shrimps -
November 27, 2011 - posted by Pali Fisher,
Smokeing trout, thourt I would share how I do it.
Now I use a Weber grill - I used to smoke a lot of stuff in a big oven with my old man when I was a teenager.
First I prepare the fish, when it's fresh like the one I smoked today I just add salt and let it dry in the sun for a hour or two.
When frosen I would dump the fish into a salt so...
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