Hey use them Perch as well Good TopicOriginally posted by aquasport190:
I thread them on and leave the tail flutter in the current. When there are a lot of perch, croaker, spot, etc...I might use less bloodworm. Most of my bloodworm experience was in the Chesapeake but I've probably used a couple thousand by now.
Partnership said:Just give me a little weather and a little time and I'd love to try it all out on the beaches of Fortescue. [/q
When I fish the Fort. I use a top and btm. rig with small circle hooks (2/0). I thread the worms right up the shank and over the snell. I seldom leave much worm hanging as the worms tend to disappear, there are some pesky little critters there. I believe the key to the Fort is to use enough lead to keep your the worms in one spot and not rolling acrossed the bottom and let the fish hone in on the worms. I also does not hurt to have the ability to throw far.