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I picked up a pack of curly tail worms and Creature baits by Magic Lures.  The color was listed as Translucent Clear.  They feel really soft and the ribs should displace a lot of water. The scent is built right into the material. The web site says a bass' ability to see in water is 12 times greater than a human so i'm giving them a try. They're a little hard to rig if you get some.

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Dye the tail with a little chartreuse.....for your benefit! 🤣

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Funny.  I would not have done any worse last Saturday 

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As I said in another thread; You can tell it's been a long winter. :wacko:

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Your hook is rusty.:lol:

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10 hours ago, Columbia Craw said:

The web site says a bass' ability to see in water is 12 times greater

That's good, because I can't even see those worms.

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I think they lied. The top one is tetanus colored.

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11 hours ago, Columbia Craw said:

I picked up a pack of curly tail worms and Creature baits by Magic Lures.  The color was listed as Translucent Clear.  They feel really soft and the ribs should displace a lot of water. The scent is built right into the material. The web site says a bass' ability to see in water is 12 times greater than a human so i'm giving them a try. They're a little hard to rig if you get some.

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You should really try to rig those so they're straight...

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On 3/26/2019 at 3:16 AM, TOXIC said:

Your hook is rusty.:lol:

Heavy salt content I guess. My biggest concern in the hook and weight will detract from the bait itself.  I'm not giving up on them yet. The concept has merit in my mind.

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I've heard of the 'do-nothing' style worm but not the see-nothing worm.

 Is this 'the houdini worm' that I've hard nothing about ?

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A-Jay

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If would go with a gold plated hook and sinker, prevents rust and adds light reflection to attract strikes.

Tom

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Your knot on the 2nd one is about to fail.

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Looks to me as though they’re gonna tear pretty easily. Hope you didn’t pay a lot for a pack of them.  The good news is they shouldn’t interfere with hook penetration.

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I dipped the tails of the creature bait in blue Spike It.  There is a subtle contrast to the body color and I think it may help. I really like the slender profile and added appendages.

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