Worm Feeder Cone

Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by abheeshs, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. abheeshsValued MemberMember

    So, I got this worm feeder cone and thought it would be fun to watch the fish at out of it. I have the freeze dried blood worms. They don't sink, so the cone is useless.

    Have anyone used these? Anything else I can feed with it?
     
  2. ThaiCaliberValued MemberMember

    Live worms
     
  3. grantm91

    grantm91Fishlore VIPMember





  4. BeanFish

    BeanFishWell Known MemberMember

    Were they completely defrosted? It should sink, maybe they had trapped air inside.
     
  5. jakefoster

    jakefosterValued MemberMember

    use it pointy end down for frozen bloodworms and if u have dried worms use it the other way around.

    like so...
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    abheeshsValued MemberMember

    That is kool

    How to get it to this position without spilling all over?
     
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  7. jakefoster

    jakefosterValued MemberMember

    have the cone upside down, then stick ur hand in the water and place the worms inside from the bottom. easier if u get the worms that are dried in cubes.
     
  8. OP
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    abheeshsValued MemberMember

    Yeah, I don't have the cubes. My cone comes with float ring. What I did was put the worms in the ring, put the cone on top, submerge everything and remove the ring. The cone rests on the bottom.
     
  9. TinySwimmerValued MemberMember

    Can I ask what the feeder cone is for? Do they pull the worms out of it? And why? Just wondering if I should get one because I feed my fish blood worms a couple times a week
     
  10. OP
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    abheeshsValued MemberMember

    That is exactly what it is for. Check in YouTube. Problem is with dry worms which always floats.
     




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