Nightcrawlers are one of the most common baits for freshwater fishing. Most fish will eat a worm and
nightcrawlers are perfect for catching a variety of different fish: big and small. They can be used to
catch big fish such as largemouth and smallmouth bass, trout, catfish and carp. When using a small
piece of a nightcrawler, you can fill your livewell up with smaller fish such as perch, bluegill, rock bass
and other panfish. You will find nightcrawlers at local bait shops, some gas stations and even at many
super markets. If you want to save some money, try searching the streets at night after a hard spring or
summer rain. Nightcrawlers will come out of the ground at night after a rain and you can just pick them up
off of the street. Streets that have low curbs and lots of grass on the sides of the street will be good
places to search for nightcrawlers. Dark streets seem to be more productive than well-lit streets. Make
sure to bring a bucket, flashlight and a friend so you get plenty of worms and stay safe.


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