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    Default DIY Red Wiggler Bank Tote

    This is an easy build. It took less than 40 minutes. I have always had Red Wigglers ready to go fishing for Bluegill no matter what hour of the day it is. You may like this idea.

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    The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. John 15:7 Jesus says..." ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."
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    Good idea, wish we had Red Wigglers and Fiddle worms around here.. never seen a better catfish bait then fiddle worms.. stayed with my Grandparents one summer back in 1974(was 13 at the time) and me and my Grandpa would go out in the woods and get fiddle worms and flip over cow patties in pasture for Red wigglers.They lived in Cullman Alabama on the creek/river that went into Smith Lake I believe, had a blast fishing for a couple months that summer, went everyday morning/evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbowling View Post
    Good idea, wish we had Red Wigglers and Fiddle worms around here.. never seen a better catfish bait then fiddle worms.. stayed with my Grandparents one summer back in 1974(was 13 at the time) and me and my Grandpa would go out in the woods and get fiddle worms and flip over cow patties in pasture for Red wigglers.They lived in Cullman Alabama on the creek/river that went into Smith Lake I believe, had a blast fishing for a couple months that summer, went everyday morning/evening.
    Some worm farms will send you a starter stock of a few dozen. After that the worms will breed themselves.

    The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. John 15:7 Jesus says..." ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbowling View Post
    Good idea, wish we had Red Wigglers and Fiddle worms around here.. never seen a better catfish bait then fiddle worms.. stayed with my Grandparents one summer back in 1974(was 13 at the time) and me and my Grandpa would go out in the woods and get fiddle worms and flip over cow patties in pasture for Red wigglers.They lived in Cullman Alabama on the creek/river that went into Smith Lake I believe, had a blast fishing for a couple months that summer, went everyday morning/evening.
    Check here for your red worms. Uncle Jim's worm farm. Here is a link.

    https://unclejimswormfarm.com




    The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. John 15:7 Jesus says..." ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."

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    thanks for the link I had found him along time ago but had forgotten about it.. may order some, he says his red wigglers are 1-3 in. long seems I remember the ones we picked up from cow patties were a lot bigger then that unless he's just talking about juvenile worms he ships.






    Quote Originally Posted by shipahoy41 View Post
    Check here for your red worms. Uncle Jim's worm farm. Here is a link.

    https://unclejimswormfarm.com




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    Keep your bed moist but not wet. Feed them yellow corn meal, bits of apple or pear, chopped lettuce, shredded paper, tea leaves etc. They will plump up as well as smell good to fish.

    The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. John 15:7 Jesus says..." ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."

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