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Thread: can canadian nightcrawlers survive being frozen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle 1 View Post
    frozen is the condition when heat no longer exist . To solidify in a frozen state . lol will stink to high heaven when heated . lol

    ya my fridge part is messed up atm and isnt putting out cold air so i put it in the freezer i planned t keep them in freezer for few hours then return t fridge to keep them cool but i fell asleep and when woke up the whole thing was frozen solid lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by binfordw View Post
    On a side note,

    crawlers can be kept in ice water in the fridge overnight without killing them. Itís a quick way to force feed them moisture to plump them up in a hurry!

    They get much bigger, try it sometime!
    Interesting!! We put crawlers in a bag of water for fishing crawler harnesses for walleye in the summer. They will stretch out and go limp so they do not bend and spin in the water. Never tried ice water.

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