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By Lonny Weaver and Lonny Weaver,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 25, 1996
If I had to choose one lure to handle all my bass fishing, it would be the plastic worm. Whether my worms are tossed into Piney Run or Liberty reservoirs, the nearby Potomac River or a dozen other favorite Carroll County streams and farm ponds, they never let me down.Worms come in various lengths, from tiny 2-inch worms up to 12- or 18-inch snakes. The most popular lengths are 4-, 6-, and 8-inch sizes, and it pays to keep a 10-12-incher in your tackle box for use in heavy cover for giant-sized largemouths.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 28, 2006
Piney Run -- For largemouth bass, anglers should use topwater lures and plastic worms along the inside edge of the hydrilla beds in the early morning and late evening. Use plastics and jigs during the middle of the day and move to deeper water near the hydrilla, 14 to 20 feet deep, recommends Jim Gronaw at the park office. Both of this week's largest fish were 4.04 pounds and were caught off plastic baits. Boat angling at depths from 15 to 22 feet is the best action for channel catfish; use the traditional baits, chicken liver and assorted cut baits.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 28, 2006
Piney Run -- For largemouth bass, anglers should use topwater lures and plastic worms along the inside edge of the hydrilla beds in the early morning and late evening. Use plastics and jigs during the middle of the day and move to deeper water near the hydrilla, 14 to 20 feet deep, recommends Jim Gronaw at the park office. Both of this week's largest fish were 4.04 pounds and were caught off plastic baits. Boat angling at depths from 15 to 22 feet is the best action for channel catfish; use the traditional baits, chicken liver and assorted cut baits.
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By ANDREI CODRESCU | May 3, 1993
New Orleans. -- I bought a handful of squishy plastic worms from a bin at the Louisiana Sportsmen Show. I liked the colors and they felt just like real worms.I wasn't going fishing any time soon and I wasn't in a total Baudelairean mood, but I was feeling pretty melancholy surrounded by boats, trucks with oversized wheels, hunting bows, fish-cleaning knives, plastic fish hatcheries, and pleasure crafts called ''Aw Heck'' and ''Lucy in the Salt with Daddy.'' Somewhere there were blue skies and green water though exactly where I couldn't say, since it's been raining here since the beginning of time, and snowing elsewhere for as far as people's memories went.
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