Advice 1: How to store worms

Worms are deservedly the best attachment for fishing. A properly trained worms is a compulsory condition for obtaining a large catch. Moreover, proper storage depends on the success of fishing in General.
How to store worms
You will need
  • Worms,
  • - utensils for storage of the worms (wooden box),
  • - moss or earth.
Instruction
1
The most popular fishing and shelf-stable, of course, are earthworms. While preparing it is necessary to distinguish worm living in sandy soil, or worm, who was born in the clay. Different earthworms that find them easier – they love shade, they can often be found under a layer of last years leaves or roots of nettle. It is not necessary to dig out the nozzle every time from the same place.
2
Dug out and nalovlennyh worms are easy to keep for a long time. They should be kept in wooden boxes fitted with lids, and have no cracks. Also need to collect a supply of moss.
3
Putting into the box a sufficient number of layers of moss can run there worms. Moss slightly moistened with unsalted broth or milk with honey. Dead and diseased worms are released, the moss changed once a week. "Sick" nozzle is easy to identify – it loses the capacity for normal movement and top-knot she would swell up and she stretched. Not to be confused with worms of different kinds in one jar. Manure worms secrete a fluid, which is fatal for the ordinary vegetable garden. Garden, in turn, decompose, kill all the others.
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Boxes with moss and worms should be stored in a cool humid place. Instead of moss you can use a soft ground with rotting leaves and the remains of plants. Also worms can be fed with food leftovers.A good place for storage can be vented boxes of foam. You should never use as storage tins. The worms live in them for long, and they can quickly rust.
Useful advice
During all the fishing you want to save the worms , creating conditions for their stable existence. In a bowl, which contains the nozzle, in any case should not be water, otherwise they will die. For fishing from the Bank, suitable plastic Bank is equipped with small holes and lid.

Advice 2 : How to keep worms

Worms are a favorite attachment for many anglers. They are easy to produce and to transport. But the worms quickly die in unfavorable conditions. How to keep them from fishing? There are several ways, differing in the length of time that you can save worms.
How to keep worms
You will need
  • - tin;
  • - a wooden box;
  • - linen bag;
  • worms;
  • - food for worms;
  • mesh;
  • - shovel;
  • earth.
Instruction
1
To keep worms in a few days, they need to be placed in a metal container, which is undesirable to keep in the sun or exposed to wind. Sun and wind will contribute to drying and damage of the worms. Long-term storage in a tin will cause the worms will acquire a metallic smell, which will suppress the appetite of the fish. The Bank must have a sufficient number of holes in the bottom and the lid. It is impossible to fishing in a jar fell into the water. After you get a few worms for bait, put the jar in the shade.
2
Save the worms for two weeks by placing them in a box. The best material for the box - tree. You can also put worms in a bag made of thick colored fabric. Pre-dip the bag in water and then press it. For better preservation of the worms in box or bag put a little damp moss and leaves. If the moss is hard to find, replace it with earth, which was taken by worms. The worms must not touch each other. Dryness and excessive humidity for them are equally harmful. In the rain, so worms do not crawl, they are stored in a dry place. Feed the worms sleeping tea or liquid food residues.
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Fishing worms can be stored in dug a pit in the ground, the size of which depend on the number of worms and their shelf life. In the standard pit size of 0,5x0,5 m, can be stored up to two hundred worms within a month. To the worms didn't spread, the bottom of the pit is lined with mesh, it is Advisable to take chicken wire. It will pass excess water and to maintain the necessary humidity in the pit. Oilcloth for these purposes is not suitable, as it retains moisture. The pit must be filled with earth from the place where dug worms. To feed the worms can brew tea, coffee grounds or oatmeal. Covered worms and distributing them across the hole, lock it with a sieve, sprinkle the earth and firmly tamp around the edges.
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