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Black Plastic Fishing Lure Worm with Yellow Stripe

A reader asked us about where he can purchase a plastic worm fishing hook that is 3 inches long, has a black body with a yellow stripe from head to tail, and has two hooks. Continue reading [...]

Buying Tubifex Worms in Miami, Florida

One of our readers wanted to know where to buy tubifex worms in Miami, Florida. We don't know specific locations in Miami, Florida, but we did provide some information about tubifex worms! Continue reading [...]

Creatures on Dubai Beach Offer Little Identifying Information

Today, we’re addressing a question from a reader in Dubai. She writes because she has found some creatures on the beach, and she’s wondering if they are worms. She adds that it is the first time she has seem such critters there, and she has included a picture. Continue reading [...]

Purchasing Tubifex Worms

A reader recently commented on one of our posts about leech fields wondering where she can purchase tubifex worms in the United Kingdom. Before we speculate on where she can buy these worms, we will provide some background information for our unfamiliar readers. Continue reading [...]

Rearing or Cultivating Glycera dibranchiata (Bloodworms)

We received a very specific question from a reader a few days ago about cultivating the "marine bloodworm Glycera dibranchiata." Glycera dibranchiata are commonly used for fish bait, so the reader's motivation for rearing or breeding bloodworms - essentially, setting up a bloodworm farm - is presumably tied to fishing. The reader was first of all wondering if bloodworms can be cultivated "successfully," and if so, he was wondering how he might go about doing so. He also wanted to know if there are any publications that are available to assist with the rearing task. Continue reading [...]
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How to Attract Catawba Worms to Your Catalpa Trees

A reader asked us a couple of days ago why there are no longer Catawba worms on her Catalpa trees (or Catalpa worms on her Catawba trees - "Catalpa" and "Catawba" are interchangeable). Catawba worms make excellent fishing bait, so the reader was keen to find out how to attract them back to her trees. Since she gave no information about her circumstances, it's of course very difficult to say why the Catawba worms left, and for similar reasons it is hard to say how to get them back. (Obviously, the two questions are related.) Even in the absence of specific information, we can still supply some general information about attracting Catawba worms to Catalpa trees, and what keeps them away. Continue reading [...]
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