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The only difference between these two worms is that the worm on the right has the cut-tail pinched off.
“Every bass fisherman has got to have a big worm,” Mullins said. “This 8 1/2-inch Roku K Cut Tail Worm covers a lot of bases. If you leave the tail on, you can swim the worm, which works especially well in Florida. For fishing ledges and other offshore structure, pinch the tail off.”
Photo: Mark Hicks