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Can you straighten bent up rubber worms?

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For example I have some senkos that are bent into certain positions and won't come out of that position. Is there anyway you can straighten these baits out? I thought I heard something once about boiling the bait.

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you can straighten non salted impregnated worms by boiling them. Boil them, lay them straight to cool.  If you boil your senkos you will dissolve the salt and ruin your baits. .

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Guest the_muddy_man

Try soaking them in a soution of 2 parts water one part that little blue pill  

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Do not listen to muddy. I have treid that and although the baits became straight they were far to stiff and would not wiggle as they fell. This only worked for a few hours and after that the baits were crooked again.  ;)

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You can use a hairdryer to heat them up some, that might help. Don't worry though, if your worm is bent you can always adopt.

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Do not listen to muddy. I have treid that and although the baits became straight they were far to stiff and would not wiggle as they fell. This only worked for a few hours and after that the baits were crooked again.  ;)

and if it stays straight for more than 4 hrs. seek medical attention, due to serious problems that may occur.

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Quote, "It's a sick world and I'm a happy guy". Uncle Larry Reebe

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CAN YOU USE THEM FOR WACKY RIG?

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