In the 1980s, manufactures began making cockroach baits that combined sweet glucose with deadly insecticides. By 1993, many cockroach populations somehow developed an aversion to the bait. Now, 20 years later, scientists finally understand how the roaches beat these traps.
Operating a large commercial fishing boat is expensive, and lobster fishermen can only afford to check their sunken traps every three or four days. So Vince Stuart, a Nova Scotian inventor, created the Bait Savour which releases extra bait in the interim, increasing their haul.
Piranha 3DD seems to have a monopoly on the "fish and tits" subgenre of horror movies for this year — but this indie Australian film, Bait, is making a serious challenge when it comes to the "fish" part. Watch a bunch of people get trapped in a warehouse with a giant shark, after a tidal wave floods their town.…
If you think fishermen go out of the river with a woven creel and a corncob pipe... well, you're probably right. But they have the gear jones too! Modern fly fishing kit is as teched-out as any other sport's.
These are fake worms, or at least I think they are. Somebody laced these fake worms with magnets to make them act much more wormy (read: creepy) than real worms do.