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Terry Brown talks about choosing, rigging and fishing big worms for summer bass. He goes over hooks, colors, rigging, fishing, and a lot more in this video for those wanting to know more about big worm fishing. They are great for probing deep places like humps, points, creek and river channel ledges with rock, grass, wood or all of the above on them.

5 thoughts on “Fishing Big Worms in the Summer

  1. Great video Terry. It’s a nice reminder of the basics. Threw a worm this weekend with success. Haven’t thrown a worm in over a year and it was fun revisiting it.

  2. Thanks Chris……sometimes we overthink it don’t we? Worms have lost some favor but it seems they do get recycled too. Glad you caught a few on it this weekend.

  3. I had never thought to use a flipping hook for worms I’m going to try that, what is your rational over a regular off-set shank?

    • Big ribbon tail worms have a natural tendancy to twist your line and a straight shank flipping hook keels better and reduces twist. I use a 6/0 for this application.

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