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Old 05-17-2004, 04:58 PM   #1
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worm trap

ok so there has been something eating my zoo. and the other day i found him. a bristle worm. he is about 2" long and really fat. he ran in to a rock before i could try to get him (not with my hands) how do i make a trap to get him?
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I didn't think bristle worms ate zoos?? Could this be a fire worm???

Try a bottle with a cap on top with a hloe drilled in the cap. put some bait in there and wait him out.

when caught flush the little demon!!!!!!
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ya just after i posted i found him and remove him from the tank. how do you tell if it is a fire worm?
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