Red worms

macmexDecember 3, 2011

My red worms cooked last summer. None survived even though they were inside a shed and away from sunlight. Would anyone here have a handful to spare so I can get started again?

George

Tahlequah, OK

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joellenh(6b Jenks)

George, I *think* my red worms are still doing great despite lots of neglect (but I do keep them inside). I can surely spare a handful...do you want to pick them up (not sure how far Tahlequah is from Jenks) or if you can tell me the best way to mail them.

I don't get on this forum much in the winter, so if you want to you can message me through the boards!

Jo

    Bookmark   December 11, 2011 at 7:25AM
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mulberryknob

George, have you thought about checking out a bait shop? They often have live worms. Great big things although I'm not familiar enough with worm species to know exactly what they are. There's a bait shop in Stilwell where my daughter buys worms to fish.

    Bookmark   December 12, 2011 at 11:28PM
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macmex

Yes, Dorothy. I actually bought some, at Walmart, some months back. They were night crawlers, which is very different from red worms. BTW, I returned them for a refund, as they were mostly dead and dying too.

George

    Bookmark   December 16, 2011 at 6:26AM
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