Plastic Worms: Versatile, Effective, and Cheap
by Jerry Nuckolls 

In my fishing experience, choosing the right tackle has always been important, for I don't have the money to choose everything in the store, so, I have written a guideline for choosing the right plastic worms for the water that you will be fishing. Worms have been around for many years. Many styles and types have come out, and they all seem good. How do you select the right type of worm for your waters? 
  • Talk to the locals: if they recommend 6 inch purple worms, try them. 
  • Look at the Water: if the water appears stained, start out with a dark colored worm. 
  • Consider the overhead conditions: Blue worms work well in Sunny weather, while pumpkin works better in rainy conditions. 
  • Make sure you have the right size: size is the most important thing when selecting worms. If the water is fished heavily, try one of 6 inches or even 4, if the water is less pressured, try an 8 inch or 10 inch worm.
You can visit Jerry's Fishing Page or send him e-mail at: triplej@digital.net

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