Worm Bins can give you a steady supply if you run out of fishing baits. Although you’ll need an initial investment, is it worth it in Stardew Valley? Read this complete guide to find out!
Since fishing is a continuous hobby, the equipment reserves must never run out. What will you do if there are no more baits or tackles in your inventory? Time-wise, you might end up fishing for more until it’s too late in the morning.
It’s easy to consume something, but replacing them is tricky. Thankfully, Stardew Valley offers the Worm Bin – a green-colored cylinder that gives Baits daily. Despite being self-sufficient, we’ll dive deeper into whether the item is worth your money or not.
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What is a Worm Bin?
Worm Bin is classified as a craftable item in Stardew Valley, producing two to five Baits regularly. You can’t purchase or sell them to any Pelican Town or Calico Desert merchants. However, it’s available to craft after reaching Level 8 in Fishing, costing Fiber (50), Gold Bar (1), Hardwood (25), and Iron Bar (1).
Worm Bins – Profitable or Not?
Since most items for crafting are slightly expensive if not accessible to the player, one might think they’ll lose money. Selling all the resources will cost a hefty 845g for beginning Stardew Valley players – that’s almost two seasons before profiting.
There are different ways to obtain Bait, including purchasing one for 5g from Willy’s Shop or crafting with Bug Meats. There’s still a reason to make a Worm Bin but refrain from putting it on your Farmhouse if possible.
If you’re going to different places, say Marnie’s Ranch or near the Ocean, place them there! Doing two tasks in one trip helps gain extra gold while saving time for other errands.
Ideally, placing them near Crab Pots is ideal, but make sure it’s nowhere near any villager’s paths. Otherwise, you’ll lose your item, which costs a lot.
Your Fishing Rod, be it an Iridium Rod or Fiberglass Rod, needs Bait. Although optional, it can cover you large profit because of the bite rate increase it offers. Hence, a Worm Bin that produces the add-on regularly makes a difference despite its initial cost.