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I have been doing a lot of fishing this summer in a pond by my house and there is lots of small bass and bluegill but when I use

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    double rig it. tie one larger hook four to five inches from the end of the line. then tie a hook thats a size or two smaller than the first on the end of the line. rig the worm on both hooks and your set.

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