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Fishing Bait Worms

African Night Crawlers

To Order Worms For LOCAL PICKUP

Call Brian On 0419 419 572

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Looking For A Place Where You Can Go Fishing?

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Bait size for African Night Crawler worms is usually 7 to 10 cm long, but can be up to 15 cm long !

We supply worms that are over the 7 cm mark – and at times more like 10 to 15 cm long.

Africans are fatter at the head end – at about 5 to 7 mm thick

By comparison, compost worms are only 2 to 4 cm long by 1 – 2 mm thick

(Please see below for why some compost worms aren’t good for fishing bait, or feeding to pets)

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NOW Mailing Worms Within Australia:
http://thewormman.com.au/mailing-worms/

Pricing:

(Pickup Only – Collingwood Park)

$25 for 50 worms

$40 for 100 worms

$50 for 125 worms

$60 for 150 worms

$75 for 200 worms

Sizing roughly 7 to 15 cm long (this depends on availability – ask me about sizing if it matters to you)

These are true African Night Crawlers, NOT small compost worms as some people are selling.

Comes with a FREE reusable bait bucket (3.4 litre bucket)

Africans are considered the best fishing worms due to their larger size, and also they have an iridescent “blue” sheen running through them which some fishermen say attract the fish.

Delivery: I may be able to deliver to Forest Lake/Inala or Camira/Springfield or Centenary areas for $5 to $15 extra, price on application. I sometimes travel around, so if you’re interested in me delivering them, just call and ask for a delivered price.

 

See the gallery below for some pictures from people using my worms.

 

Why Aren’t “Normal” Composting Worms As Good For Fishing?

Apart From The SIZE Difference – Red/Tiger worms sold as composting worms are in fact the species Eisinea Fetida.

The fetid in the name means foul stench.

When pierced with a hook, or disturbed, they emit a liquid, that while not particularly noticeable to US, will deter fish from being attracted to them.

Fish have been known to “spit out” the bait.

Fish are attracted to the “smell” of worms – and not attracted to the fetid smell of Eisinea Fetida.

 

 

Re breeding your OWN ANC at home, please see Terms and Conditions

 

Thanks for reading,

 

Regards

 

Brian

 

 

 

 

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