Bloodworms are a type of worm that can be found in fresh water streams and lakes. They become one of the most common bait fish used by anglers all over the world, with their bright red color making them easy to spot for predators like bass and trout.
Bloodworms are a type of worm that can be stored in the fridge for up to two weeks. The worms will last longer if they are kept in water, not milk.
Bloodworms are a type of worm that can be stored for long periods of time. They are usually frozen and then thawed before being used. Reference: are frozen bloodworms alive.
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