North Carolina Fishing|
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Catawba Worms are harvested each year and are the preferred bait of NC Catfish!
They are as good frozen, as they are fresh off the tree. Catalpa Worms come from the Catalpa tree mostly in the southern regions of the country. These worms infest the tree and eat the leaves several times a year. Some people consider them as pests to the environment, but fisherman will search far and wide to get these prize catfish attractors. If anyone tells you they don't work, they aren't fishing with them properly or there aren't any fish there.
Catfish have over 140 taste and smell receptors, when Bass only a few dozen. It's the scent of the juices from the catalpa that make them so appealing to Catfish. The great thing about Catalpa's is that they can be frozen and used when needed. The Catalpa keeps it's freshness even in a frozen state. When their cut and fished on the bottom catfish go into a feeding frenzy. So stock your freezer up with some of the best cat fishing bait around. One of the biggest misconceptions is that people think of the catalpa as a worm instead of bait. Catfish eat what tastes good, not what wiggles.
The Catalpa tastes good to the catfish and that's why they work.
So if your ordering them frozen, don't expect them to come back to life, treat
them as if they are a dough bait and they will catch catfish, if you follow the
correct way to fish with them.
Ask us how they can be delivered fresh to your favorite bait and tackle shop each June or get them shipped to you frozen throughout the year! Sign up to be a wholesale distributor and receive links from our site to yours.