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Thread: Near Fatal Worm Incident
08-18-2006, 02:17 PM #11
my family used to have a house on a lake in hot springs ark. and on one trip, i left a thing of worms on the counter. we came back a few months later or so and they were dead and dried up EVERYWHERE! even on the walls, which i had no idea they could do. one was real close the phone on one of the walls. me and my parents joke about how he was trying to call 911 for him and his buddies :roll_eyes:
08-18-2006, 02:19 PM #12
Gary.....LOL...you win big fish award in the tournament and now this...you must be the luckiest fellow I have ever seen.:roll_eyes: ....LOL
08-18-2006, 02:43 PM #13
Yeah you would have definitely been in some trouble. As it is I have a hard time keep bait in the fridge.
08-18-2006, 05:28 PM #14
hey cauliflower is GOOD especially steamed! mmmmmmmmmmmmm thats a treat. kill the worms before the cauliflower!:lol:
08-18-2006, 11:04 PM #15
I would be worm food if my wife caught any of my left over bait in the fridge!! You're one lucky dude.
08-19-2006, 01:44 AM #16
Ha Ha! that was pretty good. Funny how women don't like stuff like worms crawling around in the refrigerator.
I remembered one reason I don't clean fish at home very much. A month ago I cleaned a 20 pound flathead at the house and the garbage man wouldn't be coming for a few days. Instead of letting it get ripe in the trash cans and making a big smelly mess I dug a hole in the compost pile. Well the our new dog found it and dug it up and chew on it for a day then the maggots and smell in 100 degree heat made it pretty ripe. She called me on the phone to give me a few choice words and having to clean it up and dispose of it properly. Not to mention how bad the dog smelled and having to give it a bath.
08-19-2006, 01:44 AM #17
DANG !! Now you got me checking my fridg 3-4 times a day. :waaaht:
08-19-2006, 01:52 AM #18
- Benji Caywood
08-19-2006, 09:08 AM #19
I am sure happy my wife still lets me store the crawlers in the fridge. It took me 2 years of annoying her before she consented. Now shes so into fishing that she grabs em up and packs em away in the cooler for me... just like the people food we take. Now if I could just stop her from eating the shrimp before I can use em as bait we'd be all set.
catfishcentral... I got one just like your story.
5 years ago I caught a limit of salmon flyfishing back when my wife and I still lived in an apartment. I came home with 50 lbs of fish at 3:00 am and started cutting em up. well, I used the trash and the garbage disposal both to take care of the big parts, the offal and the eggs. heh heh....
What I didnt know is that when things back up in the drain they usually go the path of least resistence... like for instance, the dishwasher.
10 lbs of salmon eggs made their way into a dishwasher that we only used maybe once a week... cause with 2 adults you just dont fill it up that fast.
3 days later I got a call while I was at work. The wife opened the dishwasher finally. I told her to leave it for me to clean up... but she had already gotten to it. I had no idea- I though that when they went down the hole in the sink they were gone... but nope.
Now dead fish is bad... rotten fish eggs though.... (as Ernest P Warrel woud say) "Eeeeeeehhhheeeewwwww"!!!:crazy: :crazy:
08-26-2006, 07:55 AM #20
What a great story. It's a good thing they didn't get into anything important!