Earthworms are great - slimy and wiggly, they are really useful creatures! Most often used for:
-Composting (natural recycling) turning decaying matter into fertilizer
-Aeration of the soil (improving drainage and incorporation of nutrients
-Fishing (small crappies and bream to catfish, perch, bass, bluegill and more)
Red Worms are the smallest worm of our bunch, growing 1 to 3 inches in length. Great for fishing small-mouthed fish (trout, bream) and excellent at composting.
Big Reds are larger than the Red Worms.
Nightcrawlers grow 4-5 inches long. Choose these if fishing for large fish such as bass. A worm to chose for aeration and fertilization of the soil as it is strong and large.