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    For those of you that haven't tried this product, it really is a must. It is especially deadly on smaller baits like red wigglers and louisiana swamp worms. I use 1/2 teaspoon in my cup of worms, lightly wet it down, then let it sit for a week at 70 degrees. The worms get bigger when they eat it, and turn neon green. They even bleed green when you hook them. It seems to drive the fish wild.
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    I used to use a green dye product, not sure if it was that one exactly or not. I quit using it because I never could hold worms long enough to actually dye them, I use so much bait that they get taken out of my worm bins before they turned fully green.. they would just be blotchy. I should probably try that again. what brand is the best?

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    You have to isolate a cup of them just to use for the worm glo. They hold the dye for a long time if you keep them in a seperate bait cup. I've tried a couple of brands, but this is the only one that holds it's color. The worms dyed with this usually outfish regular worms 3-1. It's called legend labs worm glo.

    Glo Up Your Worms



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