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That would work for livers... just add ice! Also styrofoam works great for minnows because it "breaths" allowing O2 into the water.
 

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That would work for livers... just add ice! Also styrofoam works great for minnows because it "breaths" allowing O2 into the water.
You would think so. The gimmick of it is that you flip it over to get the worms out since they gather at the bottom. I got soaked the first time I wet the bedding because the water poured right through it. :oops: Had to take the bedding out and dampen it in a little bucket first, then put it back.

I suppose it would hold the livers, but you'd have "juice" everywhere. :sick:
 

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I use a fly box. It's much neater and they never spoil.

Yes, i'm a smart ass. It comes from too many years on earth.
 

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Well, according to Pat McManus, old tobacco tins work great for worms. Just make sure your fishing pal doesn't take the tin and leave you to go dig your own when he wanders off.
 

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Well, according to Pat McManus, old tobacco tins work great for worms. Just make sure your fishing pal doesn't take the tin and leave you to go dig your own when he wanders off.
If you dip, I'd recommend avoiding your normal 'tobacco tin' pocket as well.
 
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