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NIGHTCRAWLER SIGHTINGS!

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I WAS JUST OUTSIDE AND DARN NEAR TRIPPED OVER THEM IN THE YARD...BIG JUICY CRAWLERS LAYING ALL OVER THE PLACE! HOW MUCH ARE CRAWLERS AGAIN TO BUY? WHERE DO THE ONES THEY SELL COME FROM?

SPRING IS HERE! WET NETS!

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When you collect them put them in a 5 qt. ice cream bucket witha few small air holes in the top. I cut cardboard a little smaller than the bucket until it is about 3/4 full of cardboard and soak the cardboard in water until it comes apartdrain off the excess water place the cardboard in the pail and place the crawlers on top of the cardboard and they will crawl into the cardboard absorb water and eat the cardboard the sick or streached ones will stay on top discard them, and place them in the basement refrigerator next to the fishing beer and you will not forget them change cardboard when you notice a little mold starting to grow or every month or so they will be in good shape for a long time I put 10 to 12 dozen per container

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crawlers here in N.E. iowa are $1.75 a doz. most of the ones that the bait shops get come out of canada. we didn't pick up any last night,but man they were sure out.

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Hey Dark, had a frog sighting Wed. morning too! The thunder/rain must have stirred him up, I should have stopped and picked him up and tossed into Kandi. for a cat!!

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Hey DoubleUcubed, I'm gonna have to look you up this summer some time and hit Kandi with ya! You know my folks are just a mile south of Lake Lillian. I'll be fishing opener with some old friends on Elizabeth again this year.

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Dark, we'll have to do that. Curious about who you fish with on Eliz.? I alway's head up there on the afternoon of opener to the get together at "Droopy's". They usually have a cook out and as you would say a "smartfire"!!

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just don't freeze them. I like useing cardboard because they are not nearly as messy with dirt and they are very easy to get out of the cardboard lift up a paper and there's one all straight and easy to grab.

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I picked 446 Sat. night till about 1 am
I'll be looking for more though. Last year I went through 130 dozen.
Terry Hagstrom
Terry's Guide Service

[This message has been edited by Terry Hagstrom (edited 04-16-2002).]

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Well Terry,

You're 29 percent there.

How many hours of fishing did it take to go through 130 dozen(1,560) worms?

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Being that he guides, 130 dozen seems justifiable. Figure on a good day of fishin, you could easily go thru a couple dozen, that would cut the fishin down to 60-70 days. smile.gif

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