- n. An earthworm of the species Lumbricus terrestris, known for its large size and nocturnal surfacings
- n. Western US More generally, any arbitrarily large earthworm, especially those favored in angling
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil; an earthworm. It often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet, and is used as bait by anglers. The term is used mostly in the northern and western U. S.
- n. terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil; often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers
“I was fishing with a nightcrawler on a single hook with a two foot leader and a swivel connecting to my main line.”
“Out here in AZ, it's difficult to find good nightcrawler grounds.”
“Went on many a nightcrawler hunt when we were kids.”
“The night before a fishing trip we go out nightcrawler hunting.”
“Based on my experience, I can catch 3x as many largemouth on a nightcrawler than anything else.”
“Mike Stone was fishing for trout and walleye at Aurora Reservoir on July 26, when he dropped a floating jighead, tipped with a nightcrawler worm, into the water ... [and claimed the state-record for channel catfish].”
“Use a piece of nightcrawler on the hook, no weight, let it sink natural.”
“Oh sure John - I say I might be a purist but in reality I've been known to scissor off a nightcrawler segment and stick that puppy on the end of a wet fly - adds a gourmet touch, don't you think?”
“I had a tube of this paste that I put on the sinker, added with a nightcrawler worked amazing.”
“During times like this I use tiny little nubs of nightcrawler like you would for sunfish.”
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