SEBASTIAN T. BOBBER:
In the winter, when the water is real cold, fish like to conserve energy so they don't move very fast. Anglers need to slow down, too. The pros tell me they like to cast out a worm and let it sink to the bottom. They just leave it there on the bottom for two or three minutes. And guess what? Sometimes a fish comes by and picks up the worm in its mouth and swims away. When they see the line move and feel the tug of the fish, they start reeling. I've got more fishing tips for you at my special place on the Internet. Just click on the image to go there. See ya!
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Sebastian T. Bobber, HOFI
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