Canadian Nightcrawlers (Lumbricus Terrestris) are excellent for live bait for any species of fish or as food for birds, chickens, amphibians and reptiles.
These worms average 3 1/2 to 6 inches in length and the diameter of a pencil.
Canadian Nightcrawlers are a cold weather worm and should be kept under refrigeration between 40 and 50 degrees. They are not a composting worm, nor do they reproduce quickly.
If your temperatures are below 30 and above 60 degrees, Must let us know and have package held at post office for live guarantee.
Frequently Asked Questions During Ordering
1. How do you ship worms to survive in transit?
We ship nationwide with USPS 2-3 day priority mail, so your worms will not be in transit very long. We ship worms Monday to Wednesday to ensure delivery before Sunday so they are not left in transit on Sunday. We have a high success rate for worms arriving at their destination alive and well. We 100% guarantee live delivery, so if any problems occur during transit, we will ship replacement worms. Please contact us within 24 hours of delivery with any problems.
2. How do I store my worms?
Canadian Nightcrawlers should be kept under refrigeration between 40 and 50 degrees. If not used immediately, every week check on worms and remove sick of dead worms. Worm bedding needs to be replaced every 3 weeks.
3. Do I need to be home when my package arrives?
It is best to be home when package arrives however, you don't need to be there. We can have the package held at Post Office if you want. It is recommend during the winter and summer so the worms will be alive when you get home. You can leave delivery instructions before placing your order.