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  • red worms

    may sound thick, but im going to ask..

    where can i get red worms from, reason i ask, this saturday im going to a new pond, went to look at it sunday and was speaking to a guy who was fishing there, theres huge bream in this pond and alot of them, so i want to hit them with red worm and caster.

    thanks

  • #2
    The best place to find them is in a pile of old manure. Horse or pig manure, but make sure the pig manure is old otherwise it really stinks!
    [url]http://www.fishinglessons.org.uk/[/url]

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    • #3
      You can find them under rotting leaves and bark in the garden, but not enough for a day's fishing. In a compost heap there are a few red worms but most will be brandlings with yellow rings on them. These people supply what they call hookbait worms, which appear to be a mixture of red worms and small dendrobena. Worms Direct UK - Worms Direct UK - worms for fishing, fishing bait, worms for bait, Dendrobaena for fishing, fishing bait wholesalers
      [url]http://www.fishinglessons.org.uk/[/url]

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      • #4
        nice one...

        ive found a company that sell them on ebay..

        eBay.co.uk: 500 MIXED RED WORMS FISHING BAIT, WORM COMPOSTING (item 130029567678 end time 19-Dec-06 20:31:30 GMT)

        might do that

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