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Worm Threader

   

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The easy way to quickly thread nightcrawlers onto a fishing rig. The Worm Threader was designed with a handy floating hardwood handle and a durable stainless steel tube for corrosion-free performance.

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Great Product This works well and it's nearly impossible for the fish to steel the worm when using it. It's a "must have" for every walleye anglers' tacklebox. July 2, 2013
Crawler Helper When you need to thread up a night crawler, this is the thing to use. Took me awhile to get good at it without tearing up the worm. Probably can be used with other baits also, low in price and every fisherman should have one just in case. September 24, 2014
Works great Saw this item used by a guide on the White River in Arkansas for rigging minnows. Searched all over for it and was glad I found it here. Works great on Minnows and can rig the tip of the hook to come out of the corner of minnow mouth so fish are hooked when they suck minnow in. Have not used on worms yet, but plan to do so this week. Just need to follow directions and make sure hook and line are held tight into tip as you thread minnow or worm onto a hook. April 15, 2012
ALMOST OUTSTANDING I have one of these in every bag and use them nearly every time out, salt or fresh water. The almost five stars is there needs to be a clean-out hole to push through accumulated rubber. You can clean by crimping plier score-marks in a piece of thin wire & inserting slowly & pulling out with a twisting motion. That aside, I wouldn't be without one at all times. Cheers! September 22, 2007
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It's hard to tell its length from the picture. How long is it?
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The handle is 3" long, the threader is 4-7/16". This gives a total overall length of 7-7/16".
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Depends on where you live. If you're from the Midwest, you probably have never seen this tool. If you're from the West, CA ID OR WA, you'll see them hanging in every store and they've been offered there for years.
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I ahve used the worm theader alot. It makes it very easy to put live worms on the hood. if you have not used it before, you start by puting the point of the threader into the wormand pushing the theader down the cernter of the worms insides. before you get to the end of the worm push the point thru the worm leaving about 1/8th to 1/4 of an inch of worm dangling. on the point of the worm threader there is a small hole. put the tip of your hook into it and hold the line that the hook is tied to tight then easily slide the wormoff of the threader onto the hook. remember leave a small portion of the worm hand. there you have it. hope it works as well as it did for me. good luck and good fishing
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I've never used it for plastic worms. In 2012 I fished on the Columbia and Snake Rivers for several months using the worm threader on nightcrawlers. It performed flawlessly. If you rig it with the hook protruding from the worm's butt, the line keeps the worm in a long, natural line as you troll, and because your line goes through the worm, fish have a hard time stealing you bait.
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It's used mostly for night crawlers or other live worms
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i have only use this on live worms. and it works great
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its really easy to use comes with pictures on the back showing you how. you use it with any worms real fake nightcrawlers trout worms. helps to keep the worm on so youre not losing so much bait.
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Actually I've never used it for rubber worms, only live night crawlers. You pierce the worm near the collar, thread the worm onto the threader and exit the worm near the end leaving some part of the tail free to wiggle. It has a hollow tip and you stick the point of your hook into the hollow tip and shove the worm onto and around the hook and up your line. I find that a barbed hook works well. I use a #6 for trout.
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