Fresh Live Fishing Worms

Fresh Live Fishing Worms for Sale

Whether you’re an experienced angler or a first-time fisherman, you’ll find plenty of fish to catch with live fishing worms. Not only is fishing a great way to enjoy the fresh air and scenic views, but it’s also a great way to relax and unwind by spending the day outdoors. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your tackle box, and worms and head out to the nearest pond, river, spillway, or fishing lake!

Fishing with Red Wigglers “Red Worms”

Considering the type and size of fish you are trying to reel in, you’ll find plenty to catch with live Red Wiggler worms or (Eisenia Fertida). Also known under various common names, such as pan-fish worm, red worm, and trout worm. Red Wigglers are a reddish-brown color with small rings around their body and also have a yellowish tail and are best known for being composting worms. They love to thrive in rotting vegetation, dead leaves, and manure, at a temperature between (55-77 °F). These red worms can help reel a variety of fish such as striped bass, hybrid striped bass, white bass, channel catfish, blue catfish, flathead catfish, smallmouth bass, and crappie.
Red Wigglers are perfect for bait because crappie or smallmouth bass have smaller mouths and are either afraid or unable to eat big nightcrawlers consistently. Crappie fishing can be good around standing timber, bridge pilings, and artificial fish attracts. One of the best ways to catch pan fish is by using live Red Wigglers with the help of a true barbless hook. True barbless hooks are great because they give a very secure hookup. Channel and blue catfish are abundant, along with limited numbers of flat-head catfish in local waters.

Red Wiggler as Fishing worms

Reeling Them in with European Nightcrawlers “Super Reds”

Need a tough, active, most temperature tolerant live red worm fishing bait? You want the European Nightcrawler (Dendrobaena Hortensis) worms or ” Red Dillies”. You don’t have to put them in a fridge to keep these worms happy. The average length of the European Nightcrawler is between 2 and 3 inches. Fully mature they can weigh about 1.5 grams! This worm is the perfect live bait for pan fishing as well as reeling larger game fish.

You can use European Nightcrawlers as your go-to bait when you’re not sure what’s biting in the water. In most cases, anglers use them to catch Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, and Guadalupe Bass. This reason is that European Nightcrawlers are significantly tougher and more active compared to other commonly used fishing worms. Nightcrawlers also tend to stay alive for a longer period compared to other worms, even when they are not kept in their natural habitat. European Nightcrawlers can be kept at temperatures between (38-86 °F) for a few days making them a super vigorous worm for fishing. Simply all around best Fresh Live Fishing Worms in any condition.

European Nightcrawler Fishing worms

African Nightcrawler Fresh Live Fishing Worms

The African Nightcrawler or (Eudrilus Eugeniae) is a great choice for fishing. It grows well at a temperature of (75-86 °F) and can reach a maximum weight of around 2.5 grams within 8–10 weeks. These worms are significantly larger than their Canadian cousins, making them ideal for big fish. And because they don’t need to be refrigerated, they’re easy to keep on hand for when the bite is hot.

Well, it just so happens that many types of fish love to eat African Nightcrawlers. These worms are often used as live bait by anglers because they are so effective at attracting fish with their flashy blue color. Some of the most popular fish that will go after African nightcrawlers include largemouth bass, channel or blue catfish, and bullheads. As you can see these big, juicy worms are irresistible to a lot of fish and can help you land a big one.

The best way to fish with African Nightcrawlers is on the bottom, using either a Carolina rig or a Texas rig. Whichever rig you use, make sure to use a heavyweight, so that your worm stays in place on the bottom. When fishing with African nightcrawlers, be sure to keep a few things in mind. First, these worms are big, so you’ll need a large hook. Second, because they’re so juicy, they’ll often attract smaller fish. If you’re getting a lot of bites but not many keeper-sized fish, try downsizing your hook or cutting the worm in half.

African Nightcrawler Fishing worms

Canadian Nightcrawlers Anglers Favorite Fishing Bait

If you’re looking for reliable and effective fishing bait, Canadian Nightcrawlers (Lumbricus Terrestris). The “Dew Worms” is a type of earthworm that is native to, you guessed it, Canada. These worms are resilient and can withstand cold temperatures, making them ideal for use in colder climates. They’re loaded with nutrients and they’re easy for fish to eat.

Unlike other types of worms, Canadian Nightcrawlers retain their natural shape and appearance when used as bait. This makes them more appealing, as they look like a natural food source. Canadian nightcrawlers are also relatively large, averaging 4-6 inches in length – perfect for larger fish like catfish, walleye, and carp.

While using live bait, keep them in a cool, moist environment until you’re ready to use them. A bait bucket or cooler works well for this. When you’re ready, thread the worm onto your hook so that only a small portion is sticking out. This will help keep the worm alive longer. There’s something about fishing with lively worms that just can’t be beaten. And when it comes to living bait, there’s nothing quite like the good old Canadian Nightcrawler.

Canadian Nightcrawlers for sale near me

Feeding Fishing Worms for Maximum Reel

Why not give your worms the best possible diet, feeding them LSP Premium Worm Chow is a great way to do it. This specially formulated feed is designed specifically for freshwater fishing worms with all the nutrients that will help keep them juicy, healthy, and wiggly. With our premium worm chow you will be able to fatten up your worms tasting delicious to your catch. Plus, it’s a natural product that’s good for the environment.

To feed your worms worm chow, simply sprinkle a small amount onto their bedding and lightly mist on top. They will quickly find it and start munching away. For best results, aim to feed them worm chow everyday of the week. We feed our worms about .5 oz of worm chow per pound of worms per day with other food in the worm bins such as the following:

  • Fruit and vegetable peels, rinds, and cores.
  • Eggshells.
  • Coffee grounds and filters.
  • Tea bags.
  • Aged manure from any vegetable-eating animal (rabbits, horses, cows, llamas, etc.)

Looking for the best fishing worms around Rains County?  no further than our Point, TX Micro-Farm! We’ve got all the supplies you need to keep your fishing worms healthy and happy, including all worm feed necessary for a successful fishing trip! Come on down and see us today!

 

Worm Chow Feed to fatten Fishing Worms

Fresh Live Fishing Worms

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