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Old 03-18-18, 09:37 AM   #1
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Default Chartreuse worms, live

Spencer and I were asst Wally world the other day and the worm fridge was down, but they had no refrigeration required chartreuse live worms. I'd never seen anything like this for bait.
We got a few buckets and immediately hit the 'hood pond.

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I'm thinking the trouts might like these too. Consider me a bait chucker, now! Lol


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Old 03-18-18, 07:48 PM   #2
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Spencer and I were asst Wally world the other day and the worm fridge was down, but they had no refrigeration required chartreuse live worms. I'd never seen anything like this for bait.
We got a few buckets and immediately hit the 'hood pond.

Success



I'm thinking the trouts might like these too. Consider me a bait chucker, now! Lol


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Spencer is a fishing machine! Those will absolutely work for trout.

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