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Old 10-02-04, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default Floating Worm

Who makes the floating worm,I'v been using a junbug red Zooms trick worm weightless and getting a few bites with it, but I always here about the floating worm.
Is that just a term used for any weightless
slowfalling worm are is there a special brand that makes them? If so what colors can you get them in?

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Old 10-02-04, 09:24 PM   #2
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There are several companies that make floating worms. *They are what the name says they are. *Most of them look like a trick worm and either have a really slow fall or just float. *The important thing about them is that you should have a bright color when fishing them, because the bass like the lighter colors like methiolate and bubblegum. *And when rigging them alot of people like to put a kink in them to add a little bit of action, always use a swivel with them or you will have line-twist.
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Roboworms are floating all worms
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Old 10-03-04, 11:22 AM   #4
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Strike Kings 3X baits really do float, even w/ hte hook in.
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hard to beat that zoom trick worm your using for a floating worm. Sounds like your already on the right track. A tip is not to rig it straight, put the hook a little farther back than you would to rig a nice straight texas rig. This will make the worm crooked a little bit. When you work it it will spin a little bit which does give some line twist but the advantages in extra bites or worth changing your line after a trip or two or the hassle of getting the twist out.
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Old 10-03-04, 02:44 PM   #6
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i like the pumernickle colored floating zoom worm it is almost the color of pumkin. i like to c-rig it straight. i don't have much sucess with it c-rigged and bent . always add a swivel

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