Rigging the Soft Plastic Worm
This rig can be used with any of your soft
plastic baits.

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Four steps to rigging the plastic worm


First step
is to pass the line through the slip sinker and tie the line to the hoook. Push the piint of the hook into the center of the worm about one-half of an inch.


Second step
is to bring the point of the hook out of the worm one-half inch back from the head.


Third step
is to pull the hook back through the worm until the eye of the hook disappears into the head of the worm one-fouth of an inch. Rotate the worm on the hook until the point of the hook is pointed up.


Fourth step
is to touch the point of the hook to the worm - hold the worm firmly and push forward on the hook until the point is inserted into the worm past the barb. When properly rigged, you should have a straight worm as shown.

This information is courtesy of M-F Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of molds, plastic and all the supplies you need to make your own soft plastic lures. See how to make soft plastic lures.

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