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Old 08-08-12, 10:32 AM   #1
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Default New forum on our floating worms.

Sorry if I started off on the wrong foot and it seem like spam. Sorry about that. More on me. My name is Jim and me and the wife make this worms ( I do the hard work)..LOL. We live in NJ just like my web page says. I'm 42 and the Mrs. is 43. and the phone on my web page is are house number. No spam there also. And I do love bassfishing. I started off saltwater fishing for bluefish with my Dad, Then got into trout fishing. That did not last to long until I was in school and seen the first mag. of B.A.S.S and that was it, true love..LOL. Started off ina 12 ' boat then a 14' boat and now 18' boat. I have a mer. 15HP because in NJ not to many lakes let you have gas motors. Oneday after I retire maybe get a fliberglass boat and move down south to the better waters.
Why I wanted a floating worm....
I wanted a worm that floated. Yes you can make a worm with out salt and it will float until you put a hook in it. I found a way to make it float with a hook. Some guys might know how to do this are ready. I looked at some of the worms of diffnert sizes like 4" to 10" so thats why I started with a 7" almost 7". I seen some worms that cost way to much. I can name some but everyone knows what they are. They say free shipping but the prices says something differnet. Thats why I came with $3.25 for a pack. I thought it was fair.
The pros say use a 2 foor leader on C-rigs. I but a worm on in the pool and seen my worm sink and never got off the buttom. That is why I desided to try to come up with this worm.
Has anyone check the vidoes out and what do you think ? Maybe so friendly input ?
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Old 08-08-12, 12:49 PM   #2
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You did a nice job here and there.
For info purpose, when clicking vid in link says embedding disabled by request then takes you to the Tube but need to do same process again to see next vid ect. I don't think you weant them leaving the site to view, 50% or better will get sucked in by another U-Tube vid while they are at thier site viewing YOUR vid., hence ordering becomes somewhat tedious and especially on the web, I think a smooth flow will enhance won't think through as long or hard, more of an instant decision like at the 'check out' counter displays at the grocery store.

Worm looks great the drop shot vid was good.
Idea, just an idea.
Show a regular worm rigged side by side showing how much better yours works, again just an idea and I think your on the right track.
Best of luck and I want to
WELCOME you to the site. There are a couple of Jersey anglers that are fairly common posters so hope you stick around and have some fun.
Look forward to learnng from you!

PS: You got me to the site and I checked a vid. out but I think after the Tube it was annoying trying to get to next vid. This is not meant as a negative just a FYI share. But you got me there, so congradulations.
Again I'm not your target.....but I may become one.
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