Ever even hear of worm grunting?

Well the old trick will bring in the worms to you.

Witness what worm grunting the right way yields.

What exactly is worm grunting anyway? In short it is two wooden sticks that are carved to have notches. These notches help make vibrations when the sticks are rubbed together. In an area with worms and done correctly as we witness in this video shared by Dennis Blankenship on Facebook we see the outcome.

Why do worms go after the vibrations? While there are many theories I certainly have not spoken to any worms lately to see really why they do it.

After watching this video you might want to try worm grunting too. Looks like a lot of free live bait. Now that is a win and sure looks like fun too.

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