Trouta Holic: .Berkley must love you. a regular redworm or a european night crawler will
out fish a berkley bait .
The Northwoods Sportsman: I orderd the power worms yesterday i hope they work
Lyndon Peter-Paul: Would you recommend using the jig heads?
Chris K.: do you put scent to them?
The Road To Glory MineCoc: Do the trout actually swallow the bait or does it still stay on your hook
when youv hooked a fish
Shaun onslaught: younz ever use red wigglers
Nicholas Walker: Do you catch native trout or stocked trout with the pink worms? By the way
RedSkinPB: Weird how fish are picky on colors in certain parts of the water hey?. I
carry real worms, fake dark red and pink worms. and they all work in the
zztimezz: Hi, I split shot those. What do you think of the power eggs with the worm
littleemo39: The mice tails are great little to no effort caught tons of trout same set
up sometime I even use a egg hook with a Small split shoot when they don't
hit it with the jig head sometimes it changes my results!
KickShotz: I use the same exact mice tails you had, same colors and they did work
great on trout I'd end up maxing out in no time with bites back to back.
Even ended up catching a striped bass off one as well they haven't failed
me yet. Haven't caught anything off the nymphs yet.
siwatha meas: How you rig the floating worms?
Ben F: its called a noodle rod lets me fish extemly light with out loosing casting
ablity....many many people have switched to using these rods
Kbomba3: thanks a lot Ben! I have never tried jigheads because I thought the way the
eye of hook is and the tip of the barb is curves towards the eye it might
make hook setting harder because of the reduced hooking space. I will try
jigheads with the three inch worm and also try some honey worms/wiggles.
Jigheads make a big difference?
beastinbest33: you use a 10 foot fishing pole for trout?
Kbomba3: no i dont use a jig or jighead. The people that use the pink worms here
have a size 12 hook and fluro leader with small split shots and
float...Never used jigheads...the river here is almost rapids.
Ben F: just rig them on the jog just like the wiggle or the wax worm is
Kbomba3: also, ive heard from guys using pink worms that the bite on artificials
like the worms is lighter when you compare to live bait bites. Is that
true? How does the float's action differ?
Kbomba3: man ive got like 3 packs of bubblegum pink 3 inch but i NEVER catch
anything on them...I dont believe in them anymore...what do u do to make it
work? i drift with float.
YTKVSam: 1 cent 2 cent ill give u 10 cent for all :D Trololol :D
Ben F: when you drift them on a float are they rigged with a 1/64 oz jig
head?...also you want the worm to just tic off the bottom
FishingAlberta: I LOVE THE POWERBAIT TROUT WORMS!!! BEST BAIT FOR TROUT PERIOD... Rig them
on a Split Shot Rig or Drop Shot or Bobber, etc. and you'll catch fish.
H Saban: how do u rig/fish ripple shads?
Ben F: for me this is the only way i fish them, and from what i see it is how
everyone else does as well.....yes it can be lighter at times...but i have
had them crush them as well.... the float can cast a shadow in the water
which can spoke the fish....also you can add diffrent action....when
fishing pressured waters doing things diffrent often is the key to have
Michael Thomas: 80 bucks at bass pro. depends what is really expensive for you
Ben F: where i am the only native brook trout stream is one hour and half way but
i will be heading up there on thursday....i have fished for natives in WV
though and that was amzing ....mostly i catch browns and rainbows but these
methods can be used for just about all trout ....thanks for the comment
though bud :-)
colemxz700: Im a big fisherman, and I catch my trout on Panther Martins. they are
awesome lures/spinners. nice video, im gonna try this out. i fish mainly
Brook trout, what about you?
stic562: Where do you get your jigs from? I can't find those.
Ben F: i bet it you go with the jig head no split shot under a float it will work
out better....i tend to only fish "rapids" aka fast water with my fly rod
and the honey worms and wiggles......the 3 inch worm i use in slower pools
Ben F: i rig them the same way i do the wiggles
Kbomba3: also these trout are about 1-2 foot off the bottom and the river is only
about 4-6 feet deep. There is fast rapids and the rapids pass from between
2 boulders. Around the boulder is still water so they are around that
boundary...If i tick it off bottom it wont be in their target zone but
putting it at their face level may spook them..The river experiences a LOT
of angling pressure....usually I use live worms during rain and roe
otherwise but I need an alternative to roe since everyone uses it.
Elijah Rman: Are those the really expensive kinds? Please respond.
Joe Nunez: What size hook do u use?
Ben F: trout unlike other fish are willing to feed down so ticing it off the
bottom should do the trick....but since ou say your sream has alot of
pressure i would say go with the wiggle of honey worm...they are smaller
baits and tend not to sppok the fish like a worm of other baits
DreO182: i gotta try those honey worms. are they made by berkley?
talrum7682: cool video and tips!!
Ben F: on some of the jig heads they are 8 and on others are 10
Sibi Kun: some people use 10ft to have a softer landing when casting the rod