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Default Re: San Juan Worms - what are the naturals?

Aside from the usual land based earthworms and nightcrawlers that get washed into streams after heavy rains, aquatic worms are often found in rich fertile tailwaters and spring creeks-- if your waters have a lot of weed beds, there's a good chance you've got aquatic worms.

Perhaps some folks that fish the Big Horn and the North Platte will weigh in, both are said to be loaded with aquatic worms.

A science teacher from the Pacific Northwest named Michael Clapp has a several good pictures: nwnature.net - aquatic worm
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