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growing nightcrawlers ?

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I bought a frabill baitbox for nightcrawlers and was wondering if anyone could tell me if they will reproduce in this box or if i can make them reproduce ?

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Light some candles and put on some soft music, that'll get them going. J/K

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Interesting question, I've bought some "Fat and Sassy" worm bed and food. I've wondered the same, not sure, but the stuff keeps them alive for a long time..

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Wow that's neat! I have to say I'm pretty intrigued.. I think I may very well attempt to raise my own nightcrawlers, both for fishing and as feeders.

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Light some candles and put on some soft music, that'll get them going. J/K

ben there done that IT DONT WORK haha might for worms tho..who knows.. but i would imagine they mate if you get em in there at teh right time.. they do on dirty jobs..

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