I love to fish. I always think to myself "Hey nice catch there, you got about 5lbs of filets, thats like $20 worth of meat..quite a man you are" Then I figure the costs involved in catching those fish and well...you know how that goes. I always hear of catching nightcrawlers after the rain, blah blah. A few times I would go out at night with a flash light and look, never really saw much. Anyhoo, last night I was walking to my neighbors across the lawn and saw a flash out of the corner of my eye. I looked closer and sure enough, there they were. In between the spots of snow, good healthy crawlers. So I grabbed a light and snagged about 40 of them (like 10 bucks worth if you had to buy them) I put them in a container with some leaves and stuff and plan to go out tonight to find more as the ground keeps thawing. I've had worms stay alive for weeks in the fridge. Anyone had success keeping these little buggers alive? I tried a worm farm way back when and ended up with a bunch of dead worms. If I got a large enough container and filled it with earth, kept it cool etc, I may be able to find a summers worth of worms in the next few days providing I dont kill em all. Just looking for other worm stories, ideas, suggestions etc. Lets have a worm chatt.