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To shock worms out of the ground take a electrical cord with a two prong on one end and bare wires on the other end. Tape the end with wires to a rod that is approximately 3/8inch in diameter. Plug the plug end into a generator and insert the rod into the ground…rod should be approx 2 0r 3 foot long..wait and turn off the switch and collect your worms..be sure to turn off switch or you may get shocked


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