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Differences between worm styles?


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Sure there are differences.. My opinion on it.. if you are more confident in one style over another, then by all means fish that.

For most texas rig applications I too will lean more twards a ribbon tail... For jig worms(mushroom head jig) I lean more twards the straight tail(no tail at all) or the sickle tail. Or for swimming worm appications I also go with a striaght tail worm. In dirty water I will usually go with the largest tail I can get my hands on to put off as much vibration as possible while in clear water I like a stright tail. Heavy weeds a straight tail will go threw the matt easier.

Hope that answers your question!


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