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Lindy Worm Blower

   

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Puff up your night crawlers with Lindy®’s worm blower to help float the crawler up from the bottom to reach more fish. Simply inject a little air through the needle near the worm’s collar or tail to give the worm a more natural appearance which drives the fish crazy.

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Every trout it needs one of these If you fish worms you need one of these gimmicks. Give the worm a little love with it and it floats off of the bottom and into the strike zone. I love pulling fish out of the pond left and right next to folks who are grumbling about not catching any fish. May 14, 2009
Deadly for trout and bass too!! None of my friends had heard of this product.Works great for trout-rig up a drop shot with 6 size bait hook-leave about a foot between hook and weight-hook on your nightcrawler about an inch from it's tip and insert your worm blower-watch in glee as the worm inflates-tear off the bottom half of your worm-leaving around 2 to 3 inches of your worm on your hook.Cast it into the water and wait.Works great also for big bass except don't tear off the worm leave the whole thing on there.It has consistantly worked for me when nothing else does. April 18, 2010
Worm Blower A friend had one of these back in the 80's when we catfished, and by blowing the worm full of air and having it float out of the mud made the cats see it 10 times faster. Bought one in Jun 2011 and it works fine. If you want worms off the bottom for visibility, buy one. June 28, 2011
broken seam Seam of bottle was split, so only half the air was coming out of needle.... I noticed after a couple squeezes so not sure if it came like that or not. I'm planning to try to seal it with glue or something similar ... May 2, 2013
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For real worms. You put the worm on the hook carefully, without putting the hook through the side of the worm, then on the part of the worm hanging off the hook, you insert the blower needle, squeeze the bottle slowly and the worm will fill full of air in the tail. It now floats off the bottom.
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Its for real worms so they float off bottom behind a lindy or splitshot rig. Plastic worms do not have any cavity to inject air into.
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