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How, Where, And When Do I Use Floating Worms?

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I bought some bps chartreuse floating worms a couple of years ago but never used them. I do pretty good pulling a weightless fluke or finesse worm over the tops of vegetation, and perhaps these would work a little better. Are they successful over medium depth water? Had them for so long and never used them, so I might as well figure out how to add them to my repertoire of methods.

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4/0 hook and no weight. Swim them with a little jerking motion along the top of veg or open.

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You could fish those a number of different ways, just match the method to the size other worm. For instance, if these are 6" worms a 3/0 hook would be all the weight you would need to throw over matted grass, over lily pads or in milfoil or coontail. You could also C-rig them to search deeper flats or you could use a shaky head if you are on fish. If the worms are 5" or less you they would be great for shaky heads, or drop shotting or even a finesse topwater bait, they are very versatile baits.

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4/0 hook and no weight. Swim them with a little jerking motion along the top of veg or open.

^^^^^this^^^^^

2 summers ago before i discovered a fluke this was my go to it was killer I had over 200 lmb in may on this technique using the luck"E"strike floating worms. tricky to cast they were so light but once out there quick snaps with the tip made it coil into a S ad then get destroyed by the bass.

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