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I just bought some flurescent and multi-colored floating worms that are seven inches long and I was wondering if anyone had any

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  • I just bought some flurescent and multi-colored floating worms that are seven inches long and I was wondering if anyone had any

    I just bought some flurescent and multi-colored floating worms that are seven inches long and I was wondering if anyone had any tips on how to hook them? Should I use a single hook? Double? I have never really tried them before

  • #2
    I have never heared of a floating worm good luck with them.

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    • #3
      shaky head, i think it is better on colder days but i dont know too much about it. just put on a jig head with a big ol hook and twitch it very slightly on the bottom. you can look on youtube at how to do it. I have been thinking about buying those worms, u get em at walmart? good luck

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      • #4
        OOOOOOOOO! Floating worms are fantastic. Just hook them carolina style and skate them over the moss. Bass will explode up through the moss for them. They are a killer summertime rig when the bass are resting under the heavy floating vegatation. Pause just a second before setting the hook. Braided line gives a better hook set. Your gonna have to horse the fish out of heavy vegatation.

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        • #5
          rig them carolina style. Good luck!

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          • #6
            thanks everyone. And yes, I did buy them at wally world lol

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            • #7
              They work great. I love the chartuse and pink. Rig them carolina style without the weight. I work them just off weed beds and through lilly pads. They are a blast to fish, the weight of the hook causes it to sink very slowly on its own.

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