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Excellent

ProJuicy, Irresistable to fish,

ConsCan be difficult to dig your own

Worms For most, worms are dirty slimy creatures that slither around the garden ensuring lawns are aerated. For fishermen however, worms can make a fantastic bait to use. As a keen fisherman, I have used many different types of worm, depending on the type and location of fishing. The types of...

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Excellent

“Wiggly Wonders”

published 02/05/2006

ProFree bait

ConsExpensive from tackle shops

In Britain there are some 25 types of earthworm, but out of these only 6 are of any real use to the angler. The lobworm (Lumbricus terrestris), the Redworm (Bimastrus foetida), the Brandling (Eisenia rosea, Eisenia foetida andrei, Eisenia foetida foetida, Eisenia sp.),Dendrabaenas (dendrabaena...

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Excellent

ProScenty and juicy excellent results

ConsQuickly lose scent and flavour

Hi all, There are many types of worms for sea fishing and many ways to both obtain and present them. 1. Harbour Ragworm. Beware these do bite!!!!!!!!! 2. King Ragworm. Beware these bite bigger!!! 3. Blow Lugworm. 4. Blacklug Worm. 5. White Ragworm. 6. Flathead Worm. 7. How To Get. 8. Safety...

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Excellent

“How To Grow A Bait Worm.”

published 24/11/2005

ProVariety of sizes, lively, fish like them.

ConsIf you're too busy to get your own, you'll have to...

I'm very keen on anglers. I don't fish very often myself, but I'm terribly attracted to men who do. Don't worry chaps. Actually I'm only interested in those of you who like a good baitworm and are willing to pay dearly to get your hands on their lithe, sinuous little bodies. I admire all you lady...

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Excellent

ProSmelly for fish cos they're full of nice juices. ...

ConsCrualty to worms???????

This is surely the sickest opinion I’ve ever had to write. Some people will really really really really hate me after it because some of the things I’m going to have to explain will seem totally disgusting to fishywishy and non-fishywishy person alike (those with gills (like me) and...

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Excellent

“The universal bait”

published 05/02/2005

ProCan be used to catch virtually any freshwater fish...

ConsSticky fingers after handling them, can be awkward...

The Worm you find in your Garden (or Allotment, or whatever) is probably the most useful of all the basic baits available to the freshwater Angler. Many fish will take a worm - Trout, Perch, Gudgeon, Carp, Tench, Eels, Roach, Rudd, Ruffe, Salmon, you name it. They're a natural food source to fish...

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“Worms come in many forms.”

published 17/05/2001

ProA good cheap bait

ConsA pain to dig it up and it stops wriggling quickly

So you want to go fishing and you need a bait? Well think about what you are fishing for and where you are fishing. Worms might just be the answer! Freshwater ---------- If you are trying the local canal,River or lake and you want to get something out, Worms are always a good bet. Smaller fish...

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Excellent

“Worms - A fisherman's friend”

published 08/05/2001

ProA economical bait that WILL catch you fish whateve...

ConsLugworms are hard to come buy, try digging where y...

Speaking from the viewpoint of a sea angler, I cannot emphasise too much how big a part worms play in sea angling. To understand why worms are so important you need to understand why fish are attracted to worms in the first instance. Movement - The 'wiggle' that drives a lot of people to detest...

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Excellent

“making worms appetising”

published 28/02/2002

Progood bait

Consmessy tip

I dont know if this little tip is common knowledge,but where I fish it is.Saying that though,anybody not from my neck of the woods is amazed. Yes we all fish,and yes we all use worms,but...... how many of you actually inflate your worms? I fish for trout using the ledger method. The water I fish...

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Excellent

ProCheap (free), versatile

Conscan't catch every type of fish

Worms. Small, or large, pink and brown creatures that live in mud and tend to get eaten by a) birds or b)fish. we are interested in the latter. Becuase worms have a crap life, and no real reason to keep living it. Therefore, they are easy to catch, easy to hook, and easy to blame your crap day's...

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Good

“Broken Kingragworm”

published 14/04/2009

ProBait for bass

ConsToo long

Hi! everybody, I often dig worm for fishing. But for King ragworm, it is always broken by a spade because King ragworm is too long . How to collect this live bait ? King ragworm live alternately between the different worms. It is very difficult to distinguish their hole. What is speciality of...

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Good

“Worms as fishing bait”

published 28/09/2015

ProGood for angling bass

ConsCan be hard to find

As a experienced fisher (not professional, just experienced) worms are fine to use as bait. Some fish can't resist the worms, the only downside is that you can only use this for angling and not fly fishing. And from my point of view the thrill of fishing really comes from fly fishing. But if you...

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Excellent

“Good bait”

published 22/02/2016

ProEasy to use with good results and last a while

ConsQuite expensive compared to some other baits

I always use worms to fish with, great to use when trying to catch perch, tench and often you find good sized carp whilst using them. I must say how pleased I am with the high quality of your bucket of worms. When I removed the bucket lid the worms stood up and waved to me with big smiling faces...

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Fishing Bait

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Genre: Fishing

Type: Fishing Bait

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Listed on Ciao since: 13/03/2001