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#11263917 - 12/05/15 12:20 PM Catching worms?
StumpJumper1 Offline
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 04/14/08
Posts: 3988
Loc: CenTex
I heard somebody once say that you can pour something that you buy from a feed store on top of worm holes and they come out. I can't remember what it was, does anyone know or does anyone do this?

#11264159 - 12/05/15 03:48 PM Re: Catching worms? [Re: StumpJumper1]
texsam Offline

Registered: 11/04/13
Posts: 233
Loc: cedarcreek tx.
Jim beam?

#11264301 - 12/05/15 05:17 PM Re: Catching worms? [Re: StumpJumper1]
pelican Offline
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Registered: 08/27/11
Posts: 2398
Loc: Grapevine
Don't know about that but Dirty Jobs did a show about beating & vibrating the ground and they sure came to the top.
I do a similar thing in the summer and it works great.

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#11264313 - 12/05/15 05:30 PM Re: Catching worms? [Re: StumpJumper1]
Siberman Online   content
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Registered: 03/01/09
Posts: 5553
Loc: Titus County
Get a 4' square of cardboard or plywood and leave it on the ground for a few days .

#11264344 - 12/05/15 05:58 PM Re: Catching worms? [Re: StumpJumper1]
dcox1911 Offline

Registered: 07/27/13
Posts: 64
Lol somebody didn't pay attention in science class in elementary. Everybody knows the trick where You put a radio on the ground, let it play at a high volume, and the worms come out of the ground because they think it's raining, which would drown them

Also there's an instructable of a man using tea tree oil shampoo with a video. The worms literally jump out of the ground

Edited by dcox1911 (12/05/15 06:18 PM)

#11264362 - 12/05/15 06:07 PM Re: Catching worms? [Re: StumpJumper1]
texsam Offline

Registered: 11/04/13
Posts: 233
Loc: cedarcreek tx.
Dish soap and water or black walnut hulls soaked in water is supposed to bring them to the top pronto.

#11264922 - 12/06/15 12:00 AM Re: Catching worms? [Re: StumpJumper1]
charlief1 Offline

Registered: 08/20/15
Posts: 298
Loc: Hillsnowhere in Central Texas
Crushed walnut shells work and at one time there was a probe that electrified the ground to get them out.
I'm on other forums that deal with the old turbo powered Buicks.;)

#11264929 - 12/06/15 12:17 AM Re: Catching worms? [Re: StumpJumper1]
Freeman Clark Offline
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Registered: 03/18/05
Posts: 1249
Loc: Temple, Texas
What you are looking for is called Soil-Sul. It is rose bush food.
It will not harm the worms or the soil. It will not bring worms up if the soil is to wet. I put 4 tablespoons of Soil-Sul to a gallon of water. let it set about 5 min. before you pour on worm mounds.The worms will not come up where you pour.

Edited by Freeman Clark (12/06/15 12:22 AM)


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