How to Make a Worm Shocker?


A worm shocker is used to shock the ground to encourage nightcrawlers to come out of the ground. To make a worm shocker take an electric cord and strip down one of of it. Expose the the positive wire and wrap it around a conductive piece of metal. Finally tape it off and stick it in the ground.
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get the ground good and wet then run an extension cord from the house to your worm spot. take a wire from a lamp or toaster or some other electrical appliance and separate the two
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How Do I Make a Worm Shocker?
Nightcrawlers are a longtime favorite of many anglers when it comes to fishing for a variety of game fish. From trout and bass to salmon and bluegills, a fat juicy nightcrawler is hard to resist for many fish. Although nightcrawlers can be purchased from... More »
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You can use a worm shocker to get worms out of the ground to use as fishing bait. You can buy them or build one yourself. You will need a long wood handle. Then ...
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