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Visibility in your Spearing Hole

Get more great tips like this just for your next fishing trip!Visibility in your Spearing Hole
 
Ok the day has come you get to go out on the lake and set up your spear house. You have put in all the time, you have set the house, and cut the hole. Your anticipation is building, you have studied the lake to determine what decoy will work the best. You have talked to the old timers and they have given you a few tips. You wiggle the decoy and think that wow this is like watching a live action HD TV. Oh there it comes, that northern is huge! Oh no the fish is blending in with the back ground and you can hardly make out were you need to place the spear. We have a cheap bio-degradable solution, the eggs that you had for breakfast have bright white egg shells. Save your egg shells from breakfast the weeks before you go on your trip. Place these egg shells in a zip lock bag and put them up. Now that you are ready to go spearing take along the bag of egg shells you have been saving, smash them in the bag into small pieces. Now before you sit down sprinkle the egg shells in the hole you cut. Sprinkle them all around the hole. This will make a white background that will make the fish stand out like you have never seen before, and it does not freak out the fish. Make sure that you check your local laws to see if this is alright, you do not want to go out for an enjoyable day and have it turned into a miserable experience.

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