How do I get my worms out?

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Polepot

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I started a Worm bin about 6 months ago and I have some beautiful red worms in it.

When I plan to go fishing I go out and dig around to get them out, which is fine if it is planned.

When the trip is a sudden idea it is not fine as it is pitch black and hunting for worms in a bin in the cold and dark is no fun.

There must be a way of ensuring there are alwayas accessable worms available.

Over to you guys

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Is this the sort of problem Nick[;)][;)]


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Hiya Poles, keep some for a week at a time in a bait box, fill another box after a week and put last weeks back in, make sure to remove any that may be dying before puting back in.

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Sorry Nick could not resist that [;)][;)]

What i do is keep a bucket with about a kilo of worms init in my bait bag at all times them there's no mucking about getting them at the last minute.[8D]

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martin.

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hi nick
im the same as tony but 1 thing though DONT store them in the same place as maggots as the ammonia that the maggots give off can kill the worms.

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