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Worm farming and cultivation for fishing

By Gareth Coombs

During my formative years as a young fisherman, we always had to dig worms for a day’s fishing if we wanted a supply of “erties” to catch yellowish, barbel or bluegill. Many afternoons after school were spent with digging fork in hand and filling a bucket with worms. In one unfortunate incident, one of my friends in fact put one of the digging fork’s teeth right through his foot when he was not paying attention!

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