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I talk about wacky rigged worms (impaled right thru the middle so you have 2 wiggly ends) all the time, but I always fail to men

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  • I talk about wacky rigged worms (impaled right thru the middle so you have 2 wiggly ends) all the time, but I always fail to men

    I talk about wacky rigged worms (impaled right thru the middle so you have 2 wiggly ends) all the time, but I always fail to mention the main trick. Shove a finishing nail down into the worm so that one end is weighted. This makes for wilder action and a swimming sinking action when you let the line slack. You reel and wiggle it, let loose, and it swims away. Also it helps with casting distance. Do this, and catch more fish.

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    I shall give it a try.....Thanks,

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      shane, I don't do much bass fishing but I WILL remember that tip. Thanks

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        Yeah this isn't a bass only deal. It's my number one weapon for pickerel and small pike, and I've caught brown trout, as well as walleye. I'm sure you could catch just about anything on it.

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          Thank you.

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