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    Default catalpa worms

    anyone here use them? tbh i think they are the bets bait for small catfish and all sunfish species i never have fish steal them off the hook unlike normal worms too bad they are so darn hard to find
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    Absolutly! Didn't have any last year sure hoping I have some this year.

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    its crazy how they will only b ona tree for like 2 days for a whole year i heard that if you plant one it will be fully grown in 2 years and will produce them is that true

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    GREAT bait. Send me all you have left over. I freeze some for winter time.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-J727A using Crappie.com Fishing mobile app




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    is it easy t grow a tree?i badly want some but online people are crazy greedy i found a site that sold them comes in packs of 12 but u have t buy minimum of 4 packs n the packs cost 8 dollars so that sucks i cant pay 32 dollars for them might as well buy a small tree and grow it i wana search around n find trees t see if they have them i think my backyard might have one it looks similar to one

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    The only live bait I use. Can't find them!

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    Seems like they are pretty easy to grow, and if you dont have any trees around you, you can buy seed pods online. I remember having these trees on the street I grew up on in Ohio. We always called them bean trees. Didn't know anything about Catalpa worms back then.

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    Love to fish catalpa worms, one night catfish fishing with them we caught 96 catfish. When fishing with them I turn them inside out on the hook. As for growing the trees, we used to go back and get the bean pods and sew the whole pod in the ground, trees will come up, it takes longer than two years, but it's worth the wait. Kind of a planning ahead thing.

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    Grow my own. I have trees in backyard I just transplanted from a nearby river. I put several gallons in freezer every summer. I blanch mine in hot water then dry them off and put in vacuum sealed bags. I use them year round.

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    i wish i could get some sadly i move around so much i could never plant a tree and try it id have to just find a tree and know what time of year they come sucks i just need llike 3 lol and ill be solid

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