Fishing Store Crickets

Casket_Case

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So I ended up going and they are very good quality crickets, they’re clean they’re well fed and look very healthy. I put them in a glass canister with a thin layer of dirt from a garden and some leaf litter and I’ll put food in there soon. Apparently other reptile owners go there for food, the guy asked what I was feeding lol.
 

Casket_Case

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Van approved also
 

nightanole

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So I ended up going and they are very good quality crickets, they’re clean they’re well fed and look very healthy. I put them in a glass canister with a thin layer of dirt from a garden and some leaf litter and I’ll put food in there soon. Apparently other reptile owners go there for food, the guy asked what I was feeding lol.

I brown them in the oven and then cover them with chocolate and powdered sugar. What else would someone do with them?
 

Mountain Dragon

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So I ended up going and they are very good quality crickets, they’re clean they’re well fed and look very healthy. I put them in a glass canister with a thin layer of dirt from a garden and some leaf litter and I’ll put food in there soon. Apparently other reptile owners go there for food, the guy asked what I was feeding lol.
That’s awesome
 
Bait shop would not be my first choice. However, back in the early 90s I did buy them there because they were cheaper than pet stores. Since then I've found it is much cheaper to order via mail unless you only have a couple of reptiles that eat crickets.
 

Casket_Case

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Bait shop would not be my first choice. However, back in the early 90s I did buy them there because they were cheaper than pet stores. Since then I've found it is much cheaper to order via mail unless you only have a couple of reptiles that eat crickets.
It’s a lot cheaper to get the crickets from my local bait/ammo shop. The crickets are actually grown at a local live bait supplier! The crickets are real juicy and healthy. No missing legs or wings or anything of the sort. Cost me four bucks to get a whole tube. Other reptile owners go there as well
 

Snuits

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It’s a lot cheaper to get the crickets from my local bait/ammo shop. The crickets are actually grown at a local live bait supplier! The crickets are real juicy and healthy. No missing legs or wings or anything of the sort. Cost me four bucks to get a whole tube. Other reptile owners go there as well
Good . If you know they are okay then keep going for it!
 
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