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Nightcrawler

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DMF-NC
  • $79.99

  • SKU: 639247

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500

Meal Worm

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MWGB500
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 639264

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Wax Worm

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WAX500
  • $22.99

  • SKU: 639282

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Euro Red Worm

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DMF-EW
  • $47.99

  • SKU: 899553

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Like to fish the traditional way? Get your night crawlers from us! They come in packs of approximately 500, to save you money. Please refrigerate immediately to keep your bait fresh and lively. These baits will stay alive for months under the proper care. Canadian Night Crawlers and Euro Red Worms are packed in a foam cooler in Michigan peat without food or bedding; Wax Worms are shipped in a plastic container with aspen chips.
Live bait is drop shipped only and live delivery is guaranteed.

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live bait Your live bait is excellent in quality but the pricing truly surprises me from Bass Pro Shop. I can purchase in quantities between 25 and 50 for the same price per worm as your price for 500 from any bait store in the ocala area not including shipping..Disappointed because I try to buy in bulk to save money and I put them in a worm bed...Need to work on this guys.. April 11, 2014
500 Nightcrawlers A++ Just received my 500 Nightcrawlers. Comes securely packed in a Styrofoam cooler with ice pack. Instructions are very clear (remove ice pack, keep cooler in refrigerator). Nice looking worms. Ready for fishing ! August 29, 2013
The best catch so many bullhead with this bait. they find it like candy. if bps website didnt have a 2 picture limit there would be a lot of more pictures. in the pics are a nice size channel and a huge bullhead. August 21, 2013
Excellent I purchased the 500 night crawlers. Received delivery about 4 weeks ago. To date, I have not had a single crawler die on me. They come in different sizes and the smaller ones seem to be growing. Would definitely purchase again. April 1, 2012
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wax worms are usually not more than 3/4 inch long and about 3/8 inch round and a soft body. not big at all but very effective for crappie and sunfish/bluegill ... meal worms are usually about 1.5 inches long and about 1/8 inch round with a harder body. again very effective for crappie sunfish/bluegill
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If not, what is a good set up to buy?
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if you don't trust the worms to survive in the shipped container you can make a cheap and easy worm farm in your back yard. Google it, buy these worms and start the "farm". you may find plans on your states wildlife departments website.
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THEY HAVE FOR ME. AND I FISH EVERYDAY
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What is the best for channel & blue catfish, bass, trout, and crappie/sunfish?
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Honestly night crawlers are probably your best bet. Cats, bass, and panfish love'em. don't know about trout but i don't see why not.
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for the cats and bass id go with Canadian nightcrawlers there bigger than most common worms, for trout crappie and sunfish id use either waxworms, redworms or artificial maggots.
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I USE NIGHT CRAWLERS FOR MY FISHING AND THEY WORK GREAT. AND I CATCH BIG ONES.
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the best bait for bass is night crawlers but the better bait is shad. panfish like the nightcrawlers or the meal worms. The best for catfish is anything that moves.
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night crawlers work best
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Hello - I'm just trying to establish the type of worm referred to as "Euro Red Worms".

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Red worms are more formally known as eisenia fetida and are the most popular composting worm in the United States. These worms have a few other aliases including brandling worms, tiger worms or red wigglers,Euro Red Worms. No matter what they are called they are definitely the best worm for composting and fish love them !
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6 to 8 in some are 10 all streched out
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im sure they vary in size but abou as long as the ones you usually purchase inconvient stores in the plastic tubs
just a bit bigger
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yes they do, however keep up with refreshing the box everyonce in a while including an occasional change of bedding. Better to keep them a little dry then a little too wet. Good luck fishing.
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to big of a temp difference
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Good topic for discussion - I’m sure lots of people wonder about this.
I’m not 100% sure what you mean when you say “Nightcrawler”, but I suspect you might be referring to “Canadian Nightcrawlers” (aka Dew Worms - Lumbricus terrestris). Assuming this is the worm you are talking about, unfortunately they do not make good composting worms, nor are they easy to breed in captivity. If you have open-bottomed bins sitting on soil outside, there is a good chance that Dew Worms (and other soil dwellers) will venture in to the lower reaches of your bin, feeding on some of the organic matter while they are there. But these worms just aren’t suited for the crowded, warm conditions in rich organic matter that Red Worms love so much. They might survive for awhile, but you certainly won’t get a breeding population of them.

If on the other hand we are talking about ‘European Nightcrawlers‘ (Eisenia hortensis), then the answer is yes - Euros and Reds can be combined in the same bin. Some actually like having both in the same system since the Euros tend to go down where the moisture content is higher, while the Reds remain up near the top - thus ensuring that the entire contents are getting vermi-processed.

Red Worms do tend to be a more prolific and active worm however, so mixing the two might not always be the best idea if you want your Euros to really thrive. Also, it might be a bit of a pain to separate the two species later on if you want to sell them etc.
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The box is like a stirafoam cooler. It is about 14" x 14" and about 6 inches tall. THe crawlers are excellent and for what ever reason, they grow. From the day you recieve them, a few days later they are bigger.
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14 1/2" long, 11 1/2" wide, 9 1/2" high.
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My daughter fishes with the wax worms while I am bass and pike fishing...what would be the best way to keep this many at a time? We usually but them at the marina on our lake but ordering from BPS is more cost effieceient. Thanks!!!
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Wax worms need to keep cool and dry. Keep cool at 45 degrees. At this temperature the waxworms should live a few months.

Always remove any dead (black) wax worms from the container

If you use bedding and it becomes moist, lids should be removed to allow moisture to escape. Bedding material can include sawdust or aspen/pine shavings (the same material used in hamster cages).
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Take a look at the Plano 745 Worm and Leech Lodge by searching for item number 38-425-030-00 I think this will work well for you.
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how large is a red worm
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yes just ex large reds
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Yes they are the same, there are many different names for them, they average from 3-6 inches. They hold up well and you can get the entire worm on the hook for that BIG trout..
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do the wax worms come in separet cases when they are delivered or are they all together ?
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they are all together in one case
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they all come seperatly. just try clicking select items
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