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I was wondering if anyone has one of these and do they sell them anymore. A co-worker was telling me that her neighbor was using it and had got 8 dozen worms to surface by sticking it into the ground and turning it on.

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No one makes em anymore. People were getting electrocuted and suing the company.
God lyk!
JC

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One of my fishing buddies had just forwarded this to me. It pertains to the question, and is really funny.

October 2002, Norway) It's a well-known fishing trick. Put 12V electrodes into the ground if you want worms come to the surface. One 23-year-old Laagendalsposten man withdrew his genes from the pool when he tried to speed up the process. He figured that 220V, 50Hz, would bring more worms out faster, and he decided to test his theory. Alas, he did so squatting on a steel bucket, holding an electrode in one hand with the other in the ground a few feet. He seemed determined to enter the eternal fishing grounds. Quicker than spit, that wish was granted.

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So they simply operate by putting 12v dc or ac into the ground with 2 probes? They must have used alot of wattage to get the job done.

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If you want to avoid danger, just purchase some wormup, works great

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