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April 17, 2021


Jumping Worms in Midwest

(Thanks to Barry Nester and man tom, who says “Jumping their way to FL no doubt.”) 


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A bucket full of jumping worms could make the average fisherman a master baiter.

JWotMW opened for Sweethearts of the Rodeo

Invasive earthworms have changed New England Forests to drastically reduce the understory. They weren't here from the time time the glaciers melted until white colonists arrived. Now we have Jumping Worms here as well; we're just waiting for Graboids.

When it's time to harvest the worms for market, it should make the worm drives more interesting, git along little dogie worm.

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