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Canadian Night Crawlers

 (Lumbricus Terrestris)

Most Popular Fishing Bait Worldwide 

(tub size: 4 5/8" w  x  1 3/4" h)

1 tub (12 worms) for $ 2.25

2 tubs (24 worms) for $ 4.30

3 tubs (36 worms) for $ 6.40

4 tubs (48 worms) for $ 8.45

5 tubs (60 worms) for $10.55


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Night Crawlers (12) in plastic tub
12 worms for  $2.25  (tub size: 4 5/8" w x 1 3/4" h)
(box size: 4 3/8" X 4 3/8" X 2 1/8")

This insulated pack will keep the Night Crawlers much better.
They keep cooler much longer while out in the fishing boat so they will not deteriorate as fast as those in the non-insulated plastic tubs.

Night Crawlers Fishing Biat
12  worms for  $3.70  (box size: 4 3/8" w x 2 1/8" h)

Canadian Night Crawlers are very hardy worms! 

also called dew worms (Lumbricus Terrestris)

(We keep them for up to 2 months so most of them are large before shipping them out to you.)

If you’ve spent any time fishing you’ve probably come across the Canadian Night Crawlers.  Night Crawlers are the NUMBER ONE worm for fishing all over the world!  They are HUGE, fat worms and fishermen LOVE them due to their massive size, on average 100 per pound or 10 times the size of an average sized Red Wiggler.

Positives:    Huge Worms, Easy to maintain (Just keep in the fridge at 45F for several weeks).

Negatives:  Difficult to propagate.  Perish easily when on a fishing trip - unless you keep them in your cooler with a cold pack.

Care tips:  Fairly easy to maintain them for several months with proper care.  Refrigerated at 45 degrees F they will last for 3-4 weeks in organic peat bedding (available at Walmart).  At higher temps, they will process the peat faster and you will need the soil changed more often.  **The old used-up soil is also good to fertilize your garden and flower beds too !!   Posted in worm blog | No Comments »

Keeping your worms fresh is just as important as buying the right worms!       

Just follow these simple instructions to make sure your premium Night Crawlers stay fresh.

What do I do once I get my bulk worms?

It is recommended that you immediately remove the ice pack and refrigerate for 24 hours.  (Shipping is hard on the worms and

 this helps them recover.)  

It is very important !

After 24 hours, you can transfer your worms to any container, or even keep them in the shipping container, but we recommend you get them settled by performing these simple steps:

  1.  dump out the entire contents
  2.  line the box with 1-2 pages of newspaper.
  3.  put fresh dirt in the box.
  4.  place the worms back on top of the fresh soil
  5.  refrigerate @ 40F (7C)
  6.  after 24 hours check and see that the worms have gone down   * They should now keep for 3-4 weeks.
Important note:  If you ever see the worms on top of the soil they are in need of new bedding/dirt.  You must change the bedding immediately and refrigerate.  That is it!

How long will my worms keep for?

Night Crawlers are decomposers and feed on the soil in the box which means you need to change the soil in the container every 2-3 weeks. You must make sure that you keep their soil damp (but not too wet) and store them in a cold area at around 7 degrees C (40-45F).  Canadian Night Crawlers do not require any special foods as they are decomposers and will feed on the soil in the box.  You should change the soil once a month to provide fresh nutrients for your worms 

The dirt that you remove from the container is worm compost and is quite often used in gardening as fertilizer!

How do I care for my worms long term?

Remember that Canadian Night Crawlers are living creatures and need to be taken care of!  Happily, little effort is required to keep them happy.  After about 3-4 weeks of receiving your worms (maybe sooner if your worms are more actively feeding) they will start to surface.   When they do it is time to change their bedding.  It is the same process as when you received your worms.  See recommended steps above.

How do I raise them and breed my own Night Crawlers?

We don’t recommend doing that with Canadian Night Crawlers ... we don’t do it ourselves, either.  Each worm you get from us has been hand-picked straight from the earth ...

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Frequently asked questions:

  1. What’s the difference between paper bedding and natural bedding?

    We recommend natural bedding always.  The only situation when you should order paper bedding is when you are planning to take the worms across the border into the USA.

  2. How big are the worms?

    Large worms are between 4-8 inches unstretched, and small worms are between 2-4 inches.

  3. How do I take care of my worms once I get them?

    Please IMMEDIATELY remove the ice pack and refrigerate them.  It’s normal that the worms are weak when you receive them, but they’ll perk up after being refrigerated overnight.

Buy your night crawlers straight from the source – Canada!

  • Guaranteed Live Delivery
  • Jjuicy Nighht Crawlers: between 2-8 inches unstretched
  • Available All Year
  • Hand-picked straight from Canadian soil


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Canadian Night Crawlers
(box size: 4 3/8" w x 2 1/8" h)
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