Catching fingermark with squid at night

Catch and rig live squid for Fingermark Golden Snapper

Live squid are an amazing bait for fingermark (Golden Snapper) but can be a little tricky to rig up.

In this post we use a squid jig to catch some squid for our fingermark session.

 

How to hook live squid for catching fish

Holding squid in the palm is wise as they have a sharp beak and will bite!

A cast net or scoop net can also be used when they are plentiful.

Smaller squid are rigged a bit differently to larger models and this is depicted in depth in the video.

After catching and rigging the live squid, hold on tight for the fishing action as we get monstered by huge Fingermark Golden Snapper in our latest blog video.

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Ryan Moody

Ryan Moody started his fishing career on the reef boats before catching bucket list marlin for the likes of champion heavy tackle angler Johnno Johnson, INXS and the King of Sweden. Branching out in the late 80's to guided barramundi fishing, Ryan has made a name for himself as a Big Barramundi specialist and to date has put clients onto over 2000 metre plus barra. That is over 2 kilometres of metre plus barra! With attitudes changing from 'keep all you can' towards catch and release, Ryan has decided to share his extensive knowledge and hopefully inspire people of all ages to get out from behind the computer screen/TV and into the fishing outdoors lifestyle he has spent his life perfecting.

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