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    Better turn on a brick tonight or meal worms will be by-by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle 1 View Post
    Better turn on a brick tonight or meal worms will be by-by.
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    I have never fished with a meal worm...how do you hook them on your jig? Just once through the head and leave them dangling?

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    No, they will steal them too easy that way. You have to thread them on from the tail down into a hard spot in their neck...make the hook come out right behind their head.

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    I usually use a 1/32 jig and tip with meal worms . Rarely do I just use a hook but then I put two on in a cross look .You can drag the jig on bottom or fish under a float .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle 1 View Post
    I usually use a 1/32 jig and tip with meal worms . Rarely do I just use a hook but then I put two on in a cross look .You can drag the jig on bottom or fish under a float .
    That's how I fish them too! Most of the time under a cork with a 1/32 or 1/16 jig.....
    Rick

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