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Berkley power bait and worm harness

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1 hour ago, Lipripr said:

Anybody use berkley power bait with worm harness?  Just curious.    Kids and worms can get messy

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I've never run power bait on worm harness harnesses. What you can do is take your worms out of their bedding, rinse them off and put them in a gallon freezer bag and take them fishing. Keep them on ice. Keeps the kids and boat alot cleaner.

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I asked the same question a long time ago and the word is they don't work as well as the real thing … wash your worms and keep them on ice packs 

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We used the uncle Josh pig skin worms. They work. Had them on boat in case we forgot the worms. So when we fished them we didn't have real worms. Caught fish and nobody complained. But don't have a comparison for you against the real thing.

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  Take the worms out of the dirt, wash them off & put in a lunch cooler with water & ice.  No dirt & no mess & stay alive Then put them back in the dirt at the end of the day.

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As soon as I used it, but my catch clearly decreased. Yes, and this is an ancient method, now there is a lot of information about bass lures and this resource is no exception. You should always be in the trend and in the news. Whatever your catch could be proud of  

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I had very good luck Berkley Power worms they were a black body with a chartreuse green tail and also a light brown body with a yellow tail. We use them at the North Gap in the small boat harbor this summer when there was tons of walleyes there we could not keep up with live worms and thought it was the perfect opportunity to use power worms and it worked out awesome we caught bigger fish with them noticed that right away

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I had very good luck Berkley Power worms they were a black body with a chartreuse green tail and also a light brown body with a yellow tail. We use them at the North Gap in the small boat harbor this summer when there was tons of walleyes there we could not keep up with live worms and thought it was the perfect opportunity to use power worms and it worked out awesome we caught bigger fish with them noticed that right away

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They work just as good as real worms.as long as the cent doesn’t wear off.


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I usually have some on the boat in case I run out of real crawlers and they work OK. I have had good luck with purple ones.

I sometimes use the Berkley spray on scent also when running spoons and plastic worms. I also know guys that spray  WD-40 on their spoons for scent.

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