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This is a discussion on Good Worms in the UK within the Testimonials forums, part of the Advertisements for Newts & Salamanders category; I've bought a couple of batches from www.yorkshire-worms.co.uk : Supplying QUALITY Dendrobaena Worms for use in Fishing - Newport , ...

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Old 2nd February 2012   #1 (permalink)
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I've bought a couple of batches from www.yorkshire-worms.co.uk : Supplying QUALITY Dendrobaena Worms for use in Fishing - Newport , they have a shop on ebay as well. I've found them really good and the delivery is very speedy :)



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Cheers for the recommendation. I was speaking with a guy from Willy worms to see if they could pick out small worms to save having to dice them up... Heard nothing from him as yet so more gross snipping to be done lol



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worms direct are brilliant as well and choose the fishing bait and small worms and you will not need to cut any the sizes are perfect. free postage and speedy service.



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My input on the matter.

@ Kingcanon - just my personal experience, but I have bought wormsfrom wilywormsand have twice recieved a tub of soil and no worms.

personally I use yorkshire worms ebay store and have always been very pleased and had happy axies.

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Just a personal suggestion, if you have a local bait / fishing shop try there. They often have worms sorted into 3 sizes, small medium and large and a choice of Deb's or Lobworm.

If you order regularly and explain what you are after, many shops will make sure they have stock for you e.g. I want one tub every two weeks please! It also means you avoid the cost of postage and packaging!

I buy a tub of 20 "small" worms for £2. They are the perfect size for feeding to my 7 month old Axi's whole.

I know its easier to order on-line, but I do like to support my local economy and you may save a few pounds also :-)



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Willy's worms seemed too reluctant to give me the information I wanted so I agree sod em.

I get mine from an angling shop at the moment but once I move I'm setting up a worm farm. I'm not entirely happy with the ones I get but my axies do not complain. They have an in shop wormery and all I wanted to do was trawl about for some small ones to save me some hassle.

Their worth the effort mind so hey ho


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I have used wormbait.co.uk, 100 lobs for £16 delivered, never had any problems. I hope this helps!

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