Live Worm Insider

By: Brock Ray

While game fish probably rarely see a real worm, much less a night crawler, it is the exceptional fish that will turn its nose up at an opportunity to eat a lively, juicy worm. The secret to consistent, successful catches with live worms is having a lively bait. During the heat of summer, that often does not work out well for many anglers.

Live wormsUnless you did your own, fishing with live worms normally involves buying the worms in a tackle store. Most fishermen like the convenience, and then keep their newly purchased wigglers and night crawlers in the container they are sold in. This works well as these baits can then be plucked out of the container as they are needed. This is all fine if the angler doesn’t move around much such as when fishing in a boat. At this time of year, the best way to store container held works when you are in a boat is keep them cool in an ice chest with a little ice. This is most likely to make your worms last all day.

On the other hand, if you are roaming up and down a stream or river, and especially with wading, this is not practical. When doing such on the go fishing, transporting live worms becomes challenging. The best solution is a bait bag that is attached to your fishing vest, belt loop or whatever, and holds your live worms. Fishing worms can hang right there at your fingertips.

James Burke
Research Service and Sales Co.,
P.O. Box 41495
Baton Rouge, LA 70835
Phone: (225) 275-3162
Fax:(225) 273-3959

Larry Martin
Vermitechnology Unlimited
P.O. Box 130
Orange Lake, FL 32681
Phone: (352) 591-1111
Fax: (352) 591-4550

Cape Cod Worm Farm
30 Center Ave.,
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
Phone: (508) 759-5664
www.capecodwormfarm.com

The Potted Thorne Nursery
Box 278
Lake Elsinore, CA 92531
Phone: (714) 674-7041

Arkansas Wigglers
532 Bunker Rd.,
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: (870) 743-9831

Holly Stark
9202 YY Hwy
Peculian, MO 64078
Phone: (816) 779-7301
Email: dstark9202@aol.com

Joberta Crossin
P.O. Box 186
Clarkston, MO 63837

Dave Metzger
2144 Hog Trough Road
Owensville, MO 65066
Phone:(573) 437-3605
(worms and supplies)

Ron Clausen
2111 N. Century Blvd
McDavid, FL 32568
Phone: (904) 256-2845

Oregon Soil Corporation
1324 Beaver Lane
Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone:(503) 557-9742

Penny Bernas
325 Govenor’s Rd, Hwy 99
Paris, Ontario, Canada, N3L3E1
Phone: (519) 753-0288

Gail Taylor
6874 N. Farmroad 247
Strafford, MO 65757

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