Monday, June 10, 2013

Bite Me Waxworms

Waxworm? What is a waxworm? They're small worms that look kinda like caterpillars. Kind of look like maggots, but bigger, and not as gross. Most waxworms wind up on fish hooks. You can find them most often in bait stores. Sunfish love these tasty little crawlers. They are also used in the pet trade as herptile food. Reptiles and amphibians love them. Panfish love them. Tropical fish like them also. Birds like waxworms. Waxworms taste very good and pack a lot of nutrition in their fatty little bodies. My cat loves them, even.

Do you like to fish? Have pets that would eat waxworms? Well then get a Waxworm Kit! Grow your own and never have to buy another waxworm again!

1 comment:

  1. How much is your waxworm kit? I would like to order a dozen set of them.
    Ed of


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