Raising Alabama Jumpers For Live Fishing Bait

Anyone can raise Alabama Jumpers for fishing or composting either outside in a compost pile or contrary to what most other web sites state, inside in worm bin.

Raising Alabama Jumpers outside for yard and garden composting as well as for fishing, you will need a compost pile basically consisting of shredded newspaper and cardboard or hay. As this decomposes it will generate some protection for your worms and their food source.

Raising Alabama Jumpers In Michigan Black Peat Moss Part 2

After thirty days, my experiment with raising Alabama Jumpers in Michigan peat moss has proven fruitful. The Alabama Jumpers are doing well and keep producing little jumpers.

Don’t Be Fooled – Know What Type of Composting or Fishing Worms You Are Buying

There are some websites online offering Alabama Jumpers under the name of Super Red Worms which are actually European nightcrawlers – Eisenia Hortensis. There is another site I recently came across offering a mix of so called red wigglers and Alabama Jumpers. Again, these two worms are incompatible.

Alabama Jumpers Compost & Fishing Worm Update

I checked on the hay pile containing Alabama Jumpers, excellent composting & fishing worms today. The weather here is South Carolina has turned colder for this part of the country along with a good amount of cold rain.

Alabama Jumpers Jumping Worm Video

Alabama Jumpers are excellent worms your for garden and flower bed areas where the soil consists mainly of hard packed clay or sand and make excellent fishing worms.