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    brent neal
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    Thought i would share some info with the rest of the bros on here iv found a bait that the catfish caint resist they are buzzard worms thats wat we call them at least i thoght i would let yall in on a lil secret for some great fishing

    1.wat they look like they are greenish yellow 2 to 4 inches long and when you uncover them they coil up they stink relly bad they have a thick slime over them that sticks to yer fingers like snot get past that and they work great

    2. finding the buzzard worms is the hardest parts they but iv boiled it down to certain areas so success is almost certain

    A.bridges over rivers the bank under bridges is geat pull leaves back use yer shovel if they are there ull find them

    B.islands with trees in the river these are great places

    c.bends in rivers strowed with blowdown trees and leaves dig right beside the water

    3.how to store and keep yer worms

    A. 5 gallon bucket with leaves sandy dirt from the river bank store under yer house or any other damp cool place remember to keep the soil damp

    4.using yer new worms
    A. use them like you would anyworm but 2 a hook is plenty the cats eat them up

    i hope this helps yall hope you can find them and ill be posting pics of some of the worms soon yall have a great day


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    mike
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    sounds like what are called "green worms" up here.


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    Yes we call them green worms or stink worms here and they make great bait when you can find them.
    Good info master_cat!

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    brent neal
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    id like to find out more info on these great worms they are strange

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    Martin Kirby
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    I think I had a bad case of those once.........:eek: :blink: :eek: lol

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    FRANK CRADDOCK
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    i haven't used these since i was a kid. i use to dig them next to the chicken house.
    another good one is fiddle worms. now they are white and some are 14 inches long. i use a 20 year old hand saw that has never been sharpened. go to a spot in the woods that hasn't burned in several years that stays damp year round. i cut a dogwood down about 2 feet from the ground and about 2 inches thick. start sawing down the middle of the stump and if the worms are there they will be crawling out of the ground in minutes. i usually do this alone now so i wait until i can see several all the way out of the ground before i stop sawing and pick them up.

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    Phillip Gaines
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    Here in Calif, some of the baitshops have "Nitro worms". These were artifically, colored somehow! The difference as fars as I could tell, was about 2 dollars! As for the green worms you guys are talking about, there is excelent info on green worms in the B.O.C. archives! http://brotherhood-of-catfishermen.c...tml?1087967250

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    brent neal
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    that is good info hope my info helps anybody that trys to find them

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    Jack Holsky
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    Dink, I was born and raised here in Ohio, thought I knew every critter that flew, swam, crawled or walked on four or two legs, but I never heard of or saw a buzzard worm! Are they only in southern Ohio?
    Master cat, get those pics up, I'm always up for something new.

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    im working on pics as we speak thanks for the intreset


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