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Straight tail or swimming tail #12538664
12/14/17 10:41 PM
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What style of worm do you use in winter in Texas Lakes?

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Re: Straight tail or swimming tail [Re: SlowDown] #12540642
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windy curly no wind straight and if there not biting use both till I find out what they want.

Re: Straight tail or swimming tail [Re: SlowDown] #12540681
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7" Pumpkin Seed Power Worm.


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Re: Straight tail or swimming tail [Re: SlowDown] #12540791
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Today, it was a 4 inch straight tail on a 1/5oz mushroom jig head. On the rocks
Only thing I could get them to bite


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