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Question Regarding Zoom Trickworms.

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I ordered a bunch of stuff from Tackle Warehouse last week, including 4 different packs of Trickworms.

Well, my package showed up today and I noticed two of the packages were marked "original" and two were marked "extra salt". What's the difference between the two? Will they fish different? I would assume the extra salt will sink faster.

Thanks, Todd

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I believe that the originals will float. I only have the salted variety so I may be wrong.

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the ones labeled original don't have salt. the ones labeled "extra salt"...have salt.

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^ What those guys said. Salt = sinking, no salt = floating.

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The Original Zoom Trick Worms are advertised as floating worms, but are not even neutrally buoyant

but sink of their own weight without a hook (test them at home in your sink)

Adding salt to plastic increases its weight, so the more salt added, the faster the descent rate (think Senko).

 

Roger 

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What RoLo said. I bought the originals thinking they would float, but they do I fact have salt, just not a lot. If you bite one in half you will taste the salt and see some in there. The originals have a slower sinking rate.

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