grub worms.

Discussion in 'Fishing Bait Review' started by nicka2231, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. nicka2231

    nicka2231 New Member

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    i live in apartments and when it rains the grub worms come out like crazy some big fat ones. i was wondering if anyone ever used grub worms for bait and if so did yal have any luck. thanks.:confused2:
     
  2. plainsman

    plainsman New Member Supporting Member

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    I've never used em, but I read an article about em being good bait. I was wonderin if a guy could collect em in summer and freeze em and use em late as bait.
     

  3. countryboy79

    countryboy79 New Member

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    Ive used them before i caught bream and channels with them. they work best wene you turn them inside outwords. Put the hook on its head and push it will fold up like a sock.
     
  4. waynesburgjay

    waynesburgjay New Member

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    I used to find grubs in the summer in old rotted stumps and put them in a coffee can with some of the rotted wood and then in my fridge. They would get huge in a few months, good trout bait you could probably use them for cats too.
     
  5. Skunk_Ape

    Skunk_Ape New Member

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    Grubworms will catch fish, but I have better luck on catalpa worms.
     
  6. catfisherman369

    catfisherman369 Floyd

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    When I was a kid we used to use them to catch bluegill , bass , crappie and the once in awhile channel cat . We used to float them . The gills loved them .
     
  7. flatheadslayer

    flatheadslayer New Member

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    grub worms are a good bream bait.i use the sometimes when i cant get wax worms.all i have to do is take the shovel and make 1 scoop in my garden(they eat my garden up)wax worms still better.