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Chilecomadia Moorei

Butterworms

Butterworms:

Butterworms live off their own body fat. Do not feed or water them. Keep as dry as possible. Moisture is harmful to Butterworms. Dry sawdust is best, but any dry, grain-type material will do. Clean container every three weeks. Be sure to remove dead worms. Butterworms have a limited supply.

USED TO CATCH

Bluegill, perch, crappie, rock bass, trout. They are also great bait for ice fishing. Great natural scent. Add Butterworms to hooks or other live bait.
bluegill

Bluegill

crappie

Crappie

perch

Perch

rock bass

Rock Bass

trout

Trout

And more

WORM
FACTS

Also known as tebro worms or trevo worms.
Larvae of the Chilean moth.
Called “Butterworms” due to their high calcium content.
Scent and bright colors are attractive to predators.
Chemical-free; safe for feeding to pets.

Care for
Bulk Butterworms

Refrigerate at 35-50° F.

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