Soon after my sister moved onto a rural property not far from me, we discovered that there was 'white gold' on her property! Ok, bardi grubs! Around March last year she showed me a few trees that had multiple casings left after the moths had emerged. Prior to that I had dug a bit and found the odd intact hole but did not bother trying to extract them. Last week I purchased this grub puller. The idea is the noose is lowered then closes over the grub and wullah! The cable is about 4 foot long. Anyway, do you think I could find an intact hole? Nah! Plenty of holes visible from where they emerged a few months ago...but I was unable to find a sure-fire one. with hindsight I moved around too quickly me thinks. Dug a couple square metres...nope...try another tree. Next time I will be covering more area under each tree. I dug under over-hanging branches as told by my fellow Sheppartonian but it was futile. Despite my dismal failure, I am still confident. So when I do get them...I intend on keeping them separated in individual compartments in a small tacklebox. I will not have many grubs at a time. Chuck some saw dust in each compartment...will that work, I think that is what Murph does for the few live ones he keeps? This time of the year, should they be kept in a fridge? (kitchen fridge...so it is cold) And last but not least...do they need to be covered over...as in kept in the dark? Thanks in advance. Team Bender Try me!