Weedless Worm Rig
After you tie your hook, best results are with worm rigging hooks, they have an "L" shaped bend in the end by the hook's loop. Thread the plastic bait onto the hook, so that the hook slides straight in the end of the worm about half an inch to an inch depending on the size of your bait. Then slide the hook out the side of the worm. Now you should have a hook in the end of the worm hanging there, held into the worm by about half an inch. Now slide the hook part of the worm to the top of the hook and set it into the L shape of the hook (If you have a straight hook, just slide the worm to the top so the loop of the hook is a tiny way into the top part of the worm. Then hook the point into the tail end of the worm, do not let the hook come out the other side of the worm. The best way is too put the hook in on an angle pointing towards worm tip. Your done, now you have a fairly straight worm with a movable tip, and is weed less. To test gently slide your finger over the worm to see if you feel the point of the hook sticking out. if you do alter the hook inside the worm until it does not stick out of the worm. It make take a couple practice worms to get the hand of getting in in so it works the best when working the weeds, especially thicker weeds.