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Scents and rattles

Updated: February 6, 2006, 4:20 PM ET
By Bassmaster University Staff

Many pro anglers use lure scents with worms, or scent-impregnated worms, believing these may trigger finicky bass to bite and hang on longer. Experiment with these products to determine their utility to your personal fishing style. Liquid scent additives also will help "grease" a worm and make it slide through dense cover more easily.

Worm rattles are tiny metal beads inside glass or plastic cylinders. These can be inserted into the worm body and emit a clicking sound when the worm moves, ...

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