Bloodworms make good fishing baits for anglers targeting species like flounders and striped bass. While the worms can range in size from just a couple of inches to a foot or longer, most anglers use just enough worm to cover their hook. Anglers should take particular care when working with bloodworms because they have a mouth on one end of their bodies and can bite.
Things You'll Need
Select a straight-shank hook.
Cut the worm so it is about a half-inch longer than the hook would be if it were straightened out.
Hold the worm so it is vertical. Insert the hook point into the center of the top of the worm.
Thread the worm up the shank of the hook.
Push the hook point out of the worm so that about a half-inch of the worm hangs off the hook.
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