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The oring size for senkos is 1/4" ID (i believe) but I am not sure what the best size would be for the Zoom Finesse worm? Obviously smaller, maybe 1/8" ID???

 

Not that I would ever wacky a finesse worm since I know it doesnt work at all......I am just getting ready for the season and resupplying and maybe a little supplying:D!

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Seems like you could just cut a worm in half, and measure it, or take a worm to the hardware store and match it up there.

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2 pies are, something, pies are square, but I prefer round. 1/4" and 1/8" seem way off. I cut surgical  tubing with a box cutter blade, works better than anything, and comes in different colors..

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The small ones from this brand fit ok, but they are not as tight as I would like.  In any case, I saw the light and started using shrink tubing and could not be happier.  

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I use the packages of small rubber bands that are designed to be used in hair. They’re cheap and come in packages that have mixed sizes. They work for a whole bunch of things (e.g. bobber stops, pegging weights, holding soft plastic swimbaits on hooks, wacky rigging anything, etc.). One of the most versatile things I’ve got stashed away in my tackle backpack. 

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I posted about this size ring and someone said size 36 from a hardware store. If that helps? I haven’t had a chance to get them myself. 

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On 1/19/2018 at 9:28 AM, J Francho said:

Seems like you could just cut a worm in half, and measure it, or take a worm to the hardware store and match it up there.

Thats what I would do if I had my fishing gear available and not 40 miles away at my fishing cottage....

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