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How to Catch Worms with Walnuts

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Uploaded on Sep 30, 2011

Catch more bait than you need using this trick. Black walnuts ripen in the fall and contain Juglone, a chemical that is toxic to fish and apparently earthworms too.

Soaking fresh walnuts in water will create a "tea" that will drive worms out of their holes within seconds. Because it is toxic to worms, be sure to rinse them in fresh water immediately before placing into bedding.

The first time I tried this, I was surprised with the results and even caught a 6 pound buffalo using one of the fresh caught worms!

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