Wolfnight wrote:a bunch of bloodworms on a size 22 hook to 1.5lb hook-line under a bobber.
? Bloodworms ? Did you mean red worms? I've never seen bloodworms used for bait in freshwater, only saltwater.
Thanks for the heads up on the bass. As for the bloodworms, I use those in the picture. The larva of the midge, bloodworms are small bright red, segmented larva with a dark green head. They are the most natural freshwater bait you can find and the fish love them. They live in the silty bottom of most water-bodies. Tropical fish owners feed blood-worm to their fish. You can buy them frozen at Petsmart.
In my experienced opinion, bloodworms will catch you any fish that is willing to feed on the coldest of days. You are almost guaranteed bites. I use them when all other baits fail, although due to their size, very small hooks and very light line are a necessity. Tight lines all.
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