How to dye crawlers and worms                


1 ounce of Baitdye will dye 100 night crawlers


This cup contains 2 dozen crawlers with dirt removed


Pour in 1/4 ounce of Baitdye or 1/4 of the 1 oz bottle of dye


The worms will crawl around in the dye soaking it in


Cover and refrigerate for 3 hours or overnight for deep color


Pour off  dye, and mix in the dirt, now get ready for some real fishing!   These KRYPTONITE crawlers will increase your catch!        



The set up below is for dyeing large quantities of worms.                                                                     

For dyeing large quantities of worms, it is fast  and so easy. Each slat contains 500 crawlers. Remove as much lose dirt as you can. 


Pour 4 - 5 oz of Baitdye into 500 crawlers with plastic gloves mix bait and dye


Picture on the left has Baitdye poured on some of the worms only. Picture on the right has all worms treated and mixed with Baitdye.        


Worms are then put in the cooler for several hours allowing dye to soak in. Some growers let them sit in dye over night. Pour off excess dye , and  cover worms with dirt. 


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