|Looking to get a supply of|
plastics? Try cutting up
some plastic worms.
|Here's white and orange|
plastic pieces on a hair rig.
This has been a hot bait in
the last few days
As most of you know, I have been fishing a lot with plastics these days. I've been using small plastic pop-up corn to avoid turtles and other pests. I was running low on my plastics so I decided to "make" my own.
I found a bunch of plastic worms in the basement so I simply cut them up with a razor blade into small pieces. I did this with some white worms and some orange worms. This gave me a big supply of plastics. Guess what? They worked every bit as well as the plastic corn. I caught a lot of fish in the last two days with white and orange cut up worm pieces fished on the hair rig.
These cut up worm pieces are so soft that you could fish them on a bare hook if you don't use a hair rig.
Fishing for me has turned real good again as I hit some fast fishing in the last three mornings. In those three mornings, I have banked 24 carp with many of them coming on the plastic worm pieces.
|Here's the proof as this good size mirror hit these white|
and orange plastic pieces mounted on a hair rig.