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Re: Butter Worm

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That's a much better photo than the only one I was able to find, but it still seems to leave something to the imagination.

I guess that's the point to the fish, eh?

I'm really getting close to taking a day of all spin fishing this coming spring just to see how good, or bad, I do. I should order one of these things to try.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 10:22
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Re: Butter Worm

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Jerry, Willies has them. They are labeled just as Trout Killers I think. gold, silver, and like a blackish brown color.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 11:10
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Re: Butter Worm

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n00b. It's brass, nickel, and black.

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Re: Butter Worm

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Ok lol thanks for the color revisions..

Posted on: 2010/12/17 11:25
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Re: Butter Worm

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The small black one is the bomb , try it for susky smallmouth , they kill that thing. I think it looks like a stonecat to the bass.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 11:38


Re: Butter Worm

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What always surprised me was how lifelike the shadow of the trout killer looked. The spoon itself was just wobbling along but the shadow that it cast on the streambed looked like an exact match for a minnow.

I only ever used the black one as last resort, but I have taken some large fish on it. Nickel always worked best for me.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 11:43


Re: Butter Worm

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LRSABecker wrote:
Jerry, Willies has them. They are labeled just as Trout Killers I think. gold, silver, and like a blackish brown color.


Don't have familarity with the local baitshops, cornchucker, you're gonna have to tell which one Willie's is.

Anyways, yeah, I think I might buy one... to then let it sit unused like the spinning rod has since I bought it.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 13:14
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Re: Butter Worm

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Northampton/Cementon Bridge/Lehigh River

Posted on: 2010/12/17 13:15
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Re: Butter Worm

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Northampton/Cementon Bridge/Lehigh River


Oh, that guy. OK. I know where that is. I'll have to stop in one day.

Have I told you the water smells like a sewer there?

Its bizarre, I _always_ see guys hanging at that dam, but I've never seen anyone bring anything in, but me, and my catch rate is always palm sized smallies so its not like I'm bustin' records.

I don't get it. I was also mocked once for using a fly rod in the slack water above the dam by some drunk townie.

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Re: Butter Worm

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What are wax worms the larva of what do they hatch into? I've seen the beetle a meal worm hatches into. One old guy at the cabin used to gather the wasp nests and use the larva out of them. And then there was what the locals call Grub Worms????

Posted on: 2010/12/18 11:14


Re: Butter Worm

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From what I understand a waxworm is a bee moth larvae....I used to sell them in a fishing tackle shop I used to have

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