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Thought this might interest a few people. Ive never had much success at freezing or preserving green weed long term. So I grow it outdoors. The long filamentous species grows easily. Well, I'm not sure whether it actually grows, maybe it just keeps alive -but anyway it survives indefinitely and is in really good shape. I had a day a while ago using both home-grown and wild collected weed and no difference in fish-appeal. Main thing is to put it in a bright spot as it has a high light requirement but give it just a couple of hours direct sun - preferably late in the day. Too much sun and the water overheats. We live near the water so I drop a couple of buckets of seawater in every now and again - and throw out some of the existing water. The sea cabbage (Ulva lactuca) is much harder to grow outside of winter. It is much more heat sensitive, plus it has a lot more animal-life on board which will die and pollute the water. Ive had the lot growing in the attached image for a couple of months.
Hi team, I'm looked to take my nephew out for a spot of estuary luderick fishing, but I have a problem...my usual spots for collecting river weed in botany bay have been completely knocked back by this hot weather. Any info on other locales in the area, botany bay port hacking etc would be greatly appreciated...I understand people's concerns about over harvesting but I'm not that kind of guy...so if you can help out please pm me. Cheers fellas and happy New Year!! Chris
Hey guys. I've been wondering where people get all their green weed from. I've read that you find it in creeks or drains but couldnt find any after searching in the georges river region. Can anyone be kind enough to pm me a place that has some (wont use alot, only have time for max once a week). Thankyou
Hi guys, since finding blackfish weed is hard... I was wondering if anyone has ever tried to grow the green weed that blackfish eat as bait in a tub or aquarium. It doesn't really seem hard replicating the ocean environment. If so, can you pleas share the information, thankyou