A Floating Worm: What It Looks Like Underwater

A floating worm is a perfect way to target largemouth bass when they are shallow around flooded cover in clear water. If they are spooky and you can’t get real close to them in shallow water, you can cast and skip a floating worm up to them and get them to bite.

This What it Looks Like gives you a great underwater view of what the floating worm looks like to the fish and why it’s such an effect way to catch bass in this scenario. Jason Sealock describes how he fishes, what you want the bait to look like under the surface and how it differs from say a Senko or a jerkbait in similar situations.

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