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Rival or Rival Spin?


That is the question, Rival or Rival Spin? For years, anglers fishing for Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, Trout and more have been using the Worm Rival and Worm Rival Spins to help them catch more fish. These versatile pre-rigged worms can be fished several different ways. For instance, Trout fishing in your favorite stream, you can fish them behind a swivel with or without a small weight. Make sure the weight is approximately 14-18 inches up from the worm. For panfishing, you can use them behind your favorite float, again with or without a weight. Set the depth you want and cast it out, reeling it back slowly stopping once in a while waiting for a bite. Again, there are several different ways to catch fish, fishing the Worm Rivals and Rival Spins. The Worm Rivals and Rival spins come in some great fish catching colors which include Natural, Purple, Black and more. Next time you hit the water be sure to give them a try, you'll be glad you did.

 

 

 

 

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