I got mine too, they look like they would work very well rigged on a white bucktail. Have to think they would also work well on a 1/2 leadhead jig.
I'm sure the stripers will take them but I can't wait to try them for weakfish!
your right about the price's of bloodworm's, but don't blame the baitshop! i worked up until two years ago for a bait supplier out of spring lake nj, we sold most of the bait that bait shops have. the problem is the worm diggers union in main, they have gone on strike many times in the past 10 years and the outcome has sent the price of bloodworm's through the roof. it use to be 42 dollars a flat of worms, 144 to a flat, now its close to 90 dollars, wholesale. then they are flown down to jersey and picked up at newark airport then distributed to all the baitshops up and down the coast. if the digger's don't have forsight they will be digging their job's into a grave. all the baitshop's are screaming and threatening to stop selling blood's. also you should know that the spoilage that the shop owner's have to eat, worm's go bad overnight sometimes especially sandworm's and these guys might buy 10 flats and only sell 3, and they don't get their money back either, it's alot easier to sell frozen bait or lure's.try small pieces of clam for those delicious kingfish
Anybody know where in south jersey you can buy the Gulp 6 inch nightcrawler in natural color? I think I tried all the usual suspects in Atlantic County with no luck.(Wmart, K-mart, Dicks, Bloaters World and even Absecon Bay didn't carry them and G-Dave carries everything!)