MONSTER GREEN CANADIAN NIGHTCRAWLERS
Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers are an amazing fishing bait. No one beats our nightcrawlers! The Monster Green Nightcrawlers are HUGE! They are some of the fattest, juiciest, healthiest worms around! They are very active in comparison to other bait worms. Fish can't resist their color, scent, and action!
Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers are whopper worms that can catch whopper fish! They are a great bait for catching Pike, Walleye, Bass, Catfish, Whitefish, and Carp. They also work well for smaller fish species like Bluegill, Sunfish, Perch, Crappie, and Trout. These worms can be used to catch fish year round.
Fish will often strike at these worms when all other worms and baits fail! These worms are well known for catching Trophy Fish!
Caring for Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers
All orders are guaranteed to have at least the quantity listed in the description. Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers are easy to keep alive. They should be refrigerated as soon as they are delivered. Make sure that the Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers are kept cool, around 38-42 degrees.
Worm Chow Directions
Sprinkle worm chow lightly over bedding surface, and lightly mist with water. Make sure that the worm chow is entirely consumed before adding more chow. Over feeding can result in mold and death of worms.
Live Delivery Guarantee
We guarantee live delivery of our Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers. We always package extra to account for any that may die while shipping. If an excessive amount die during transit, please contact us within 24 hours of delivery. We are happy to work with you to make things right.
Our live delivery guarantee applies only when temps are below 85º and above 25º at our facility, during transit, or at your delivery location. A person must be available to receive the shipment. If Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers are shipped to a PO box, they must be picked up the day they arrive, or the live delivery guarantee is voided.
To ensure that the Monster Green Canadian Nightcrawlers do not die during hot or cold temperature months, orders should be requested to "Hold for pick up" at the post office.