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Hey guys I know I spelld technice wrong but anyways how would yall fish a 4in finesse straigh tail worm??

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Texas rigged, wacky, weightless, dropshot, Carolina rig, etc. There are a ton of different options. It's a pretty versatile bait.

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It's deadly on a shaky head,specially when the bite gets tough to find.I agree it is pretty versatile when it comes to rigging.

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4" finesse I either fish it on a darter head, shakey head, or carolina rig. These are the 3 most productive for me. As previously stated it is very versitle.

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Shakeyhead, split shot rig, or a ball head jig are my favorite ways to fish them.

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What is your most productive way of rigging it

I prefer a Texas Rig. It's just what has always seemed most productive for me. I probably need to branch out more. :unsure:

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Option #1 would be on a 3/16 Brewer Spider slider head - on 4 or 6 lb fluorocarbon line. Option #2 for me would be any other shakey head 3/16 or 1/4 on 8 lb fluorocarn. I might fish it on a light drop shot rig, but I think there are better options than a 4" straight tail worm on the drop shot rig

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