Years ago I used to get worms off of the leafs of these trees at a certain
time of the year ( I can't remember which month) and use them for cat fish
bait. They were about the best bait I ever have seen for cat fish. I
haven't seen any of these leaf worms for many years. The question I have is
do they only appear periodically every so many years? I've been watching but
haven't seen any.
Thanks for your opinions.
Joe, I used to use catalpa worms for bait when I was kid in central
Ohio. I lived in a small town with several catalpa trees but we only
ever found one tree that had the worms. A big catalpa 3 houses down the
street seemed to always be worm free. The one tree that had worms seemed
to have them every year. That was 30 years ago but I still look at that
tree as I drive by when we visit my parents.
Steve ... now in the Adirondacks where the few catalpas I ever saw here
died out one winter.
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