I'm setting up my wedding rings with double hooks. which one do I bait. The one closest to the wedding ring
troutdude said:Yep, a trailer hook (behind the worm) works VERY well!
And...another secret about worms. If you thread them with the tail end up the line--and the head on the hook (or just below it)--you will catch TONS more trout and kokes. Why? Because just like any other predator...a fish strikes the head first!
Thuggin4Life said:I ussually use the glo in the dark black ringed wormed that i special order from austrailia but i suposed you could try a regular old nightcrawler.
Charlie_merrifi said:I'm setting up my wedding rings with double hooks. which one do I bait. The one closest to the wedding ring
Cannon said:Kokanee are only somewhat attracted to worms and then only in the spring. If you want a real hot bait, try crawfish tails. The scent will send them over the edge in the spring.