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Ethan

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I am a new one to this hobby. So far I have had a really fun time with the Panther Martin small spinnerbaits. All I have caught are some yearlings and some bream. Now I have bought 4 packs of ZOOM worms. They consist of: U-TALE RED SHAD WORMS, FINESSE WATERMELON/RED WORMS, U-TAIL SOUR GRAPE WORMS, and U-TALE PUMPKIN WORMS. I also have Gamakatsu size 3/0 hooks and Eagle Claw Lazer Sharp size 3/0. I was just wondering if anyone of you have any ideas about which of these worms and hooks work for you  please tell me. If you have any tips regarding my bass fishing anything is appreciated. Thanks.

Ethan...

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Texas rigging the ZOOM worms with the Gamakatsu hooks will be good for starters. If you're completely new to the sport of bass fishing then you've come to a really good place to pick up on tips and techniques! WELCOME!

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Gamagaktsu are the greatest, always sharp, no roll overs, no rust! You are off to a good start! keep on the forums and read the articles and you will have some fun!!!

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here check this out:

http://bassresource.com/beginner/plastic_worms.html

You can read more articles "for beginning anglers"

A texas rig or T-rig uses a slip sinker above the hook. Some times the sinker is pegged with a tooth pick for heavy cover. t-rigs are usually fished on the bottom but can be swum(?)

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check out this site on beginers it helpful ;D

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All those worms and both brands of hooks will work very well; the only catch is that you have to be working them where bass are.

You might check out the beginner's section on this site's home page. Lots of info.

Welcome and good luck.

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Ethan, I suggest you consider suscribing to the Bassmaster monthly magazine publised by B.A.S.S. and attending the Bassmaster University when it is in your area.  Bass Times is also a very good publication.  And the guys on this site are the best.  Go top www.bassmaster.com for more information and tips, too. :)

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I agree with sam!! Bassmaster magazine!! But this is the most informative site about bass fishing with over 1,000 members there are a bunch of good fisherman on this site, and these guys are not afraid to give up their secerts!! Read as many threds as you can and you'll be a seasoned veteran by the end of the season. Thanks for joining and welcome.

Tight Lines,

Fatdaddy151

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