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Lol
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Posted - 20 April 2018 :  08:31:11 AM  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Lol to your friends list

Going to be doing some fishing with worms in the next few weeks, and I read that one chap uses a mix of molehill soil and chopped worms for his "groundbait".
Is there something special about molehill soil or will finely riddled garden soil do as well?


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ukzero1
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Posted - 20 April 2018 :  09:14:16 AM  Show Profile  Click to see ukzero1's MSN Messenger address Bookmark this reply Add ukzero1 to your friends list

You'll find that the soil from molehills is a lot finer.


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Posted - 20 April 2018 :  10:58:14 AM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add sagalout to your friends list

I don't think there is anything special about molehill soil, it's soil from under my grass that the little bleeders have dug up and put in heaps on top of my grass. It has not changed in the transition from underground to overground.


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Lol
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Posted - 20 April 2018 :  4:24:40 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Lol to your friends list

so essentially any soil forced through increasingly finer sieves will do the trick then.

same principle as leaving a rotavator in one spot for a few minutes, makes some very fine soil indeed.


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Posted - 20 April 2018 :  4:29:44 PM  Show Profile  Click to see ukzero1's MSN Messenger address Bookmark this reply Add ukzero1 to your friends list

Yep, but why go to all trouble when molehill soil will do?, the work's already done for you by the mole.


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Posted - 20 April 2018 :  8:26:17 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Lol to your friends list

distinct shortage of moles round here


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