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Hello.

Wow, that one looks good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5ZzT-QNwJg

Other little video will come.
I have a dispenser with clips.

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Hello.

Yes there is big hole for the worms to come slowly, these are big garden worms.

As seen in the video the dispenser is about 2 inches from the water.
When the worms come out and approaches the water, the Yellow-perch come to pull them. smile smile

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Hello.

Oh Boy, I put worms above the water with small clips, only a small part of the worm touches the water.

It's fun to see the Yellow-perch catch the worms and pull hard enough to tear them.

It's brewing in the water.
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