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What to do with old fishing worms?

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Place the worms in a covered container, taking care to keep the majority of the soil in the worm box. Either take the worms fishing immediately or store them in the refrigerator for up to a week. Discard any leftover worms from your fishing trip by releasing them into a shady section of your garden.

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