Green Canadian Nightcrawlers are our premium Canadian Nightcrawlers dyed green with Legend Labs Green Worm-Glo dye. We ship worm undyed. Canadian Nightcrawlers will come with 2 bags of dye to treat worms. It takes approximately 2-3 days after treatment until dye is absorbed into their skin. The green dye color will last for 2-3 weeks. Bedding changes and feeding will speed up the process of them losing color. When you receive worms remove them from their bedding. Sprinkle 1 bag of dye over worms and mix them thoroughly. Use vinyl or latex gloves to prevent you from dying your hands green. Place bedding on top of worms and store them in refrigerator until you need to use them. In 2-3 weeks you can use additional dye provided to retreat your worms. Remove worms from bedding before dying them. Worms absorb dye through their skin and will not change color if dye is added to bedding. If you want extra green Nightcrawlers you can use both bags of dye during 1st treatment. Please call us if you have any questions.
Canadian Nightcrawlers are the #1 Live Bait for a reason. These worms average 3 1/2 – 6″ in length and the diameter of a pencil. They are used for every species of fish from Walleye, Bass and Catfish to Saltwater. Nightcrawlers are also broken into parts for small pan fish. Canadian Nightcrawlers are a cold weather worm and do require refrigeration. They are not a composting worm because they do not tolerate warm temperatures of a compost pile and they do not reproduce quickly. Nightcrawlers are also a great feeder for you Turtles, Large Reptiles and Small Omnivore Mammals.
Available in quantities of 120 and 250 counts.
Available in Michigan Peat and Paper Bedding for your Trip into Canada. We do not recommend paper bedding if you plan on keeping worms for an extended period. Paper Bedding does not contain the same amount of nutrition as Michigan Peat.
Live Bait is sold by weight and count can vary due to size variations among bait. All counts are approximate. We do not guarantee count on live bait. We regularly adjust weight of live bait based on seasonal variations of bait and try our best to get an accurate approximate count.